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originally posted by: 3n19m470
Let me get this straight... This woman spent time in Isreali prison for 2 terror attacks, then decides to sneak into America and start getting involved in this feminist protest?
So, what, she expects me to believe she learned her lesson in prison and was magically cured of radical islam, quit being a terrorist, and then was suddenly overcome with benevolent concern about women in the US, so much so, she illegally sneaks over here and joins up to fight for the good cause?
Something fishy is going on, and I find it hard to believe she gave up her jihadi ways... What I'm trying to figure out is, what does a/an (ex?)terrorist want with a women's march??
How are these two seperate agendas linked, other than that feminism and Islam are both pet causes for the modern version of the social justice warriors/Leftists?
originally posted by: Jimmycrackerson1
"A day without a woman"
Sounds like a nice, quiet, stress free day to me. We should do it more often.