So this was an interesting photo taken of a sticker hung in front/near the Capitol reflecting pool in Washington, D.C.
It is one of the faces of the resistance, and while it’s not Linda Sarsour, it reminds me of her — she is the one who garnered wide attention at the 2017 Women’s March not long ago.
Remember her rant of “Sisters and Brothers!” — whose sister is she anyway?
Note: An Israeli official even came out yesterday with like concerns about her.
Here are some of Sarsour’s alleged sayings about Sharia Law — or is this more a complete embrace?
While I greatly believe in diversity and strongly adhere to valuing and respecting all good people out there…
There is something that feels wrong here.
Generic images like the top photo with the traditional Muslim hair covering — again, I respect this.
It is overlaid with the American Flag — again nothing wrong with that — Jews wear yarmulkes with the flag too.
But look further now…underneath it states:
“We The People
are greater than fear”
Hmm…We the people — who is the “we” here?
Is this a group photo of Christians, Jews, Muslims, Atheists, etc. — so where is the inclusivity?
With Sarsour insertion of a Sharia ideology into American politics, perhaps, there is a subtle — or not so subtle — attack on our greater American freedom and democracy going on here.
Sharia law is being spread around the globe by:
- Decree (think of the Mullahs in Iran)
- Terror (think ISIS and Al-Qaeda)
- Sympathy (think of the Palestinians)
- Mass immigration (think of the changing cultural face of Europe), and
- Expropriating other people’s causes (such as Democracy and freedom and so called justice with Linda Sarsour).
Everyone is entitled to their peaceful beliefs, especially when there is a ethos of mutual respect and a truthful recognition and acceptance for everyone of “Live and let live!”
But when the bounds are trampled by those who want to see only “their way or the highway”…then we need to seriously fear — who are “We the people” — and what do they really want? ;-)
(Source top Photo: Andy Blumenthal and memes from Internet search)