NO CHRISTIAN should ever stand with this so called “womens” movement!!! All Christians stand with Israel. All Christian women have the right to speak out against this group. They are terrorist who seek the demise of Israel. We need to call them exactly what they are!! TERRORISTS!!! If you march with them you are in agreement with them. Think about it ladies and do not blindly follow a group just because they say they are for women.
The International Women’s Strike, a grassroots organization connected to the Women’s March on Washington, is using Wednesday as an “international day of action” to support “resistance not just against Trump and his misogynist policies, but also against the conditions that produced Trump, namely the decades long economic inequality, racial and sexual violence, and imperial wars abroad.” Among the Women’s Strike’s stated goals to help make this a reality is “the decolonization of Palestine.”
The Women’s Strike platform described the “decolonization of Palestine” as being part of “the beating heart of this new feminist movement. We want to dismantle all walls, from prison walls to border walls, from Mexico to Palestine.”
“Decolonization of Palestine” is often used as a euphemism for the destruction of the existing state of Israel.
The Women’s March, which is organizing its own Day Without a Woman protest also scheduled for Wednesday, states on their website that their movement “stands in solidarity with the International Women’s Strike organizers, feminists of color and grassroots groups in planning global actions for equity, justice and human rights.”
One of the organizers of the International Women’s Strike is Rasmea Odeh, who was convicted of a 1969 bombing in Jerusalem that killed Hebrew University students Edward Joffe and Leon Kanner and injured nine others. She was sentenced to life in prison over that attack, as well as a failed bombing of the British Consulate, but was released in a 1980 prisoner exchange between Israel and the terrorist group the Popular Front of the Liberation of Palestine, of which she was a member.