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Women's March Leader Sarsour Accused of 'Enabling Sexual Assault' Against Former Employee

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The self-important and self-righteous more times than not always get their comeuppance, and Women’s March leader and Sharia Law-lover Linda Sarsour might just be getting hers if certain new allegations turn out to be accurate and true.

The Daily Caller reported late Sunday evening on allegations against Sarsour by a former female employee — and two other sources familiar with the situation — that Sarsour is guilty of “enabling the alleged sexual assault and harassment of a woman who worked for the feminist activist.”

The allegations stem from 2009 when Sarsour was the executive director of the Arab American Association.

According to the Daily Caller:

The most serious allegations were dismissed, Asmi Fathelbab, the alleged victim told The Daily Caller, because the accused was a “good Muslim” who was “always at the Mosque.”

“She oversaw an environment unsafe and abusive to women,” said Fathelbab, a former employee at the Arab American Association. “Women who put [Sarsour] on a pedestal for women’s rights and empowerment deserve to know how she really treats us.”

Fathelbab claims that the situation began in 2009 when a male Muslim tenant, who lived in the same building that the Arab American Association inhabited, began to stalk Fathelbab.

Majed Seif, allegedly repeatedly rubbed his crotch against Fathelbab — sometimes in front of children.

“It was disgusting,” Fathelbab told the Daily Caller. “I ran the youth program in the building and with that comes bending down and talking to small children. You have no idea what it was like to stand up and feel that behind you. I couldn’t scream because I didn’t want to scare the child in front of me. It left me shaking.”

This is where Sarsour comes into the story.

The following quotes came straight from Fathelbab to the Daily Caller:

She [Sarsour] called me a liar because ‘Something like this didn’t happen to women who looked like me. How dare I interrupt her TV news interview in the other room with my ‘lies[…]

She told me he had the right to sue me for false claims,” Asmi recalls, adding that the assaulter allegedly “had the right to be anywhere in the building he wanted[…]

[President of the board of directors for the Arab American Association Ahmed] Jaber told me my stalker was a ‘God-fearing man’ who was ‘always at the Mosque,’ so he wouldn’t do something like that. He wanted to make it loud and clear this guy was a good Muslim and I was a bad Muslim for “complaining.

That sounds a lot like Sharia Law and very little like feminism to me. Under Sharia Law, women have very few rights and are often required to be subservient to their male counterparts.

These allegations won’t be easy for Sarsour to explain, but odds are that she’ll definitely try in order to cover for her radical ideology.

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