Milo Yiannopoulos to Lead Protest Against Pro-Sharia Speaker in New York City Tomorrow

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Provocative conservative sensation Milo Yiannopoulos recently announced his official return and is already up to his usual antics. He will lead a demonstration tomorrow in New York City against radical Muslim apologist Linda Sarsour, who is scheduled to be a keynote speaker at CUNY in June.

Yiannopoulos will be joined by New York Assemblyman Dov Hikind, anti-Islam activist Pamela Geller, patriot leader Kyle “Based Stickman” Chapman, and many others to give a counterbalance to Sarsour’s pro-Islamist point of view.

“The left’s chokehold on the nation’s most powerful institutions continues, despite a Trump presidency and a Republican Congress, but this is a step too far. Sarsour being given the honor of commencement speaker is so malignant and so evil, it cannot be ignored. There is a responsibility for the time we are living in,” Geller wrote in a Breitbart editorial earlier this month about the protest.

Sarsour is a leading anti-Zionist activist who was honored by former President Obama for her advocacy of Palestianian causes. Sarsour pushes the Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions (BDS) movement, which encourages divestment in businesses that are either based in Israel or have ties to the Jewish state. She publicly supports Hezbollah, an Iranian-backed extremists group at war against Israel. Additionally, she has extensive ties to radical Muslims with members of her own family currently incarcerated for committing acts of terror.

“As awful as Linda Sarsour is, she still has the right to speak. But so do we. Come join the anti-Sarsour protest this Thursday,” Yiannopoulos wrote in a Facebook post.

The event will take place on Thursday, May 25 at 12pm outside of the CUNY Welcome Center at 217 E. 42nd St, New York, NY 10017-5701. Attendees are encouraged to RSVP on the official Facebook event page. The event was rescheduled from the date of Sarsour’s commencement address to tomorrow because it coincided with a Jewish holiday.

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