Despite a long record of anti-Semitic speech and radical connections, Linda Sarsour manages to enjoy a reputation as a “civil rights activist” and “community organizer.” Simon & Schuster thought well enough of her to publish her memoir this week. In this video, the Investigative Project on Terrorism examines the gap between the flowery hype aimed at driving Sarsour’s book sales and the uglier reality about her message.
This article was originally published by The Investigative Project on Terrorism.
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