Terror Victim Kin Slams Anti-Trump Women’s Protest for Giving Role to Bomber

Rasmea Odeh raises her fist as she leaves federal court in Detroit Thursday, March 12, 2015. A judge sentenced the Chicago activist to 18 months in federal prison Thursday for failing to disclose her convictions for bombings in Israel when she applied to be a U.S. citizen. Odeh, 67, also was stripped of her citizenship and eventually will be deported. But she will remain free while she appeals the case. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
Terry Joffe Benaryeh, the niece of one of two men murdered in the Palestinian terrorist bombing of an Israeli supermarket in Israel, is slamming the involvement of Rasmea Odeh, one of the alleged perpetrators of the attack, in an upcoming women’s protest against President Trump. “[E]xplain how my family is supposed to reconcile the reality that the woman who stripped my uncle of his life is now deemed a hero by many of my fellow Americans,” Benaryeh wrote in an op-ed she penned in the Huffington Post. “What justification is there for Rasmea Odeh, a woman who killed two people (with the intention of killing more!) to lead a peaceful fight for human rights?” She asked, “What is the difference between the acts of Omar Mateen, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Dylan Roof, and Rasmea Odeh? There is no difference. They all carried out acts of terror in the name of their causes, which resulted in the death of innocent civilians. Whether they were targeting the LGBT community, Americans, African Americans, or Jewish Israelis, these were all terrorist acts.” The Day Without A Woman protest is scheduled to take place on International Women’s Day.  “On International Women’s Day, March 8th, women and our allies will
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FBI probes 300 refugees in U.S. for terrorism

Even as the court fight continues over his initial executive order that aims to protect Americans from terrorists, President Trump issued a revised order Monday that makes adjustments based on some of the court’s objections. However, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said at a news conference that the first order, as well as the second, are fully constitutional, exercising the […]
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