Women's March -- Women Of Valor? You Be The Judge
“An accomplished woman who can find?... She opens her mouth with wisdom, and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue.” Proverbs 31:10, 26
As the controversy over the anti-Semitic leaders of the Women’s March events continues to grow, more and more women across the U.S. are adding their voice to condemn the participation of three avowed anti-Semites as city after city cancels their previously scheduled events.
The controversy is brewing over the participation of Linda Sarsour, Tamika Mallory and Carmen Perez who are all supporters of another avowed anti-Semite, Louis Farrakhan who is notorious for inciting violence against Jews and who famously coined the phrase “Satanic Jews.”
Earlier this week, I posted a statement on PJTN’s Instagram page condemning the North Carolina event because of Tamika Mallory’s participation. The response from our Instagram followers was overwhelmingly positive and most of the comments posted were from women.
According to a Washington Examiner’s article, journalist Farah Stockman stated that the current leaders of the March ousted original organizer Vanessa Wruble specifically due to her Jewish heritage.
Are you kidding me? Is this the type of hatred we are to expect from women?
PJTN is adding its voice to the growing number of women condemning this organization and its hate-filled leaders. As their press release trumpets “The Women’s Wave Is Coming.” Since the first march in 2017, they are coming back with two years of momentum in resisting and demeaning President Trump, training new activists, building power and a strongly anti-Christian values platform and helping a handful of very liberal, anti-Israel women get elected to Congress. Not surprisingly too, these newly elected legislators were among the loudest voices of opposition against the new Senate’s first bill which would’ve allowed state and local governments to ban contracts with those who support the anti-Semitic BDS Movement.
Real women do not incite violence and hatred. They need to be confronted by accomplished “women of valor.”
At PJTN, a major goal in 2019 is to help raise up this caliber of women—and young men—on campuses across America, who will boldly represent our values and stand in the face against the rise of anti-Semitism in all its virulent forms! Through our soon to be announced “Igniting The Torch” internship program, this will be a reality.
As Christians who love and support Israel, we cannot turn a blind eye towards the world around us. We must engage in the battle for the hearts and minds of the next generation to refuse to accept the normalization of anti-Semitism.
Praying you’ll join PJTN “on the march!”
Shalom and blessings,
President/Proclaiming Justice to The Nations