Linda Sarsour will keynote a conference held at the end of the month by a Muslim advocacy group that has countless connections to radical Islamic actors. Sarsour, who has infiltrated progressive feminist circles as a chief organizer of the Women's March, will speak in Chicago alongside a who's who of fringe Islamic extremists.
Sarsour has long been highlighted by the New York Times, Washington Post, and other establishment media as a supposed civil rights activist working to protect the rights of minorities. However, Sarsour's upcoming appearance at an Islamic hard-liner event reveals that she continues to openly support Islamic supremacist movements, even as she attempts to portray herself as a crusader for minority rights.
The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) — which federal prosecutors have said is part of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood network set up to funnel money to Hamas — will feature Sarsour at its annual convention in Chicago from June 30 to July 3, 2017. She will deliver a keynote address there and speak on several panels.