Muslim apologist, feminazi, and “nasty woman” Linda Sarsour has been accused of “supervising” the sexual assault of another Muslim woman.
Asmi Fathelbab, a former employee for Arab American Association under Sarsour, claims that she was assaulted by a Muslim man at the building several times. She went to Sarsour to report the assault and get help, but instead she was called a liar and told to stop complaining or she would be written up.
“She told me I’d never work in NYC ever again for as long as she lived,” Fathelbab said, “She’s kept her word. She had me fired from other jobs when she found out where I worked. She has kept me from obtaining any sort of steady employment for almost a decade.”
Sarsour further regularly body-shamed Fathelabab, saying that “something like this didn’t happen to women who looked like me” and threatened legal action against Fathelabab if she went public with the story.
A number of other women who worked with the Arab American Association corroborated the story and said it wasn’t the first time they had heard a complaint like this against Sarsour.
A veteran employee for the company said, “It’s always going to be the woman’s fault over there. And Sarsour was there to protect the men. She’s not for other women. The only women she’s for is for herself.”
“Sarsour is only a feminist outwardly,” another anonymous woman added, “Her interactions toward women in that building were atrocious. She would protect the patriarchy and in return they would promote her.”
The following is Fathelbab’s full testimony as published in The Daily Caller:
Linda Sarsour supervised my sexual assault
I cannot stand by any longer and watch everyone praise a woman that claims to be for women’s rights and someone that fights for women when she herself allowed for abuse to occur to women.
The #METOO movement angered me because it gave me flashbacks to things that occurred while working for a non-profit in 2009.
In 2009, I was contracted under AmeriCorps to work for the nonprofit The Arab American Association of New York, in Brooklyn where Linda Sarsour was the acting director of the organization. The following occurred to me during that 12 month nightmare called a job.
I was stalked to and from work and inside the building. I complained to a supervisor that there was a strange man stalking me and was informed that he did not actually work there but lived upstairs above the office.
He would sneak up on me during times when no one was around and, depending on what floor I was on, you could hear me scream at the top of my lungs.
I would be thrown and pinned up against the wall by him.
He had a tendency of sneaking up behind me to touch me.
While this would go on, the acting director, Linda Sarsour, would tell me each time that I was over reacting, even threatened to fire me once when she heard me screaming from the second floor because this man came out of nowhere and touched me. According to Sarsour, something like that did not happen to someone that looked like “me” and no one would ever believe me if I ever told them what happened. How dare I interrupt her TV news interview in the other room with my lies.