Israel’s history spans back thousands of years. When someone like Tamika D. Mallory tries to claim that “Palestinians” were in the land of Israel first, she is just plain wrong.
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— Taly Krupkin (@TalyKrupkin) June 3, 2018
Women’s March Co-Chair
Tamika D. Mallory is the national co-chair for the Women’s March. She is anti-Semitic, anti-Israel, and ignorant about the truth. The Women’s March portrays itself as trying to fight for rights of all people and all religions. But in reality, they discriminate. The Women’s March is not pro-Israel, so why would anyone think that Mallory would say the truth about Israel’s history? All she does is spread lies. She frames her beliefs in a positive way and says, “I believe we all have a right to exist.” Well, what she really means is everyone but Israel.
Mallory’s comments are pure lies. When referring to the “Palestinian” people, she says “This is about ensuring that the native people are able to enjoy their land.” The problem is that the native people are the Jewish people, something she will not admit. Despite Israel’s history, she continues to change the facts. She acts as if the Jewish people are pushing the “Palestinian” people out of their own home. In reality, Israel is the home of the Jewish people. And even more so, Israel allows the “Palestinian” people to stay, given that they don’t try to destroy the Jewish state. Israel gives opportunities to people of all faiths, but you don’t hear Mallory talking about that.
If she won’t admit the truth about what’s really happening in Israel, at least the world should condemn her for spreading lies.