Sunday, March 29, 2020

Women’s March Leader Deported For Being A CONVICTED TERRORIST

Convicted ‘Palestinian’ terrorist and leader of ‘A Day Without a Woman’ march, Rasmea Odeh, 69 was stripped of her U.S. citizenship and deported to Jordan this week.

The Women’s March organizers expressed their sorrow for Odeh’s deportation calling her an amazing activist and organizer. Reminder, Odeh was convicted in Israel for two bombings. One of which was a supermarket bombing in Jerusalem, killing two students. The other bombing was of the British consulate.

Odeh was charged with immigration fraud for lying on her visa and citizenship forms about her past terrorist convictions and ties to terrorist groups.

The deportation and stripping of U.S. citizenship is part of a deal for Odeh to avoid jail time.

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