The feminist movement (and a good bit of the transsexual wing of the LGBT movement) has been thoroughly hijacked by terrorists, criminals and virulent Jew-haters. The only difference between the Charlottesville Nazis and Rasmea Yousef Odeh’s marchers is in their haircuts and addition of a vagina hat.
From the Washington Times back in March:
Convicted Palestinian terrorist Rasmea Yousef Odeh, an organizer of a Day Without a Woman, has agreed to leave the country in exchange for no jail time for failing to disclose the conviction on her U.S. visa application.
And the day of her departure finally came Tuesday.
She’s been stripped of her citizenship and put on a plane out of O’Hare for Jordan, where she’ll join convicted terrorist murderer Ahlam Tamimi, the mastermind of the Sbarro Pizzeria Massacre.
I won’t include the disgustingly fond farewells and loving sendoff Odeh received from her fellow Jew-hating and Israel-bashing contingent, but you can see it in the link above.
As a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine terrorist group, Odeh was involved in the bombing of a Jerusalem supermarket in 1969, in which the 21-year-old Leon Kanner and 22-year-old Edward Joffe were killed and nine others were injured. She was sentenced to life in prison by an Israeli court in 1970, but served 10 years, being released in 1980 as part of a prisoner exchange.
Life in prison, but got out because other terrorists kidnapped Israelis to bargain for her. But all’s fair in “activism,” huh?
Odeh is headed to her new home, Jordan, which straddles the line between harboring known terrorists and friendly cooperation with Israel. The Hashemite King Abdullah II has few friends in the Middle East and runs a fairly westernized country (Saudi Arabia fears the Hashemite throne the al-Sauds overthrew nearly a century ago, Iraq is under Iran’s spell, Syria is a mess). All that to say that Odeh will live a nice life there, compared to, say, Riyadh or Gaza.
Feminism isn’t on the top of the list of freedoms in Muslim countries however, so her “Day Without a Woman” efforts likely won’t be repeated in her new environs.
If only Linda Sarsour could be deported next (won’t happen). But maybe feminists will begin to wake up to their commitment to “intersectional” causes and how they’re being played by evil forces who have nothing invested in actual women’s rights.
As for Odeh: Good riddance!