Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour accused of enabling sexual assault against woman who worked for her

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From MSN (via Daily Caller): The inspiration behind the Women’s March on DC, Linda Sarsour, has been accused of enabling the alleged sexual assault and harassment of a woman who worked for the feminist activist, according to the victim and two sources directly familiar with the matter.

Allegations of groping and unwanted touching were allegedly brought to Sarsour during her time as executive director of the Arab American Association. In response, Sarsour, a self-proclaimed champion of women, attacked the woman bringing the allegations, often threatening and body-shaming her, these sources alleged. The most serious allegations were dismissed, Asmi Fathelbab, the alleged victim told The Daily Caller, because the accused was a “good Muslim” who was “always at the Mosque.”

“She oversaw an environment unsafe and abusive to women,” said Fethelbab, a former employee at the Arab American Association. “Women who put [Sarsour] on a pedestal for women’s rights and empowerment deserve to know how she really treats us.”

Fathelbab is a 37-year-old New York native and was raised in a Muslim household. She was excited in 2009 to begin working at the Arab American Association of New York as a contractor. At the time, Sarsour was the executive director of the organization. Fathelbab worked for Sarsour for almost a year, according to employment documents reviewed and authenticated by TheDC.

Fathelbab claims the Arab American Association was an unsafe workplace where she was allegedly sexually assaulted, body-shamed and intimidated. Oftentimes, Sarsour was directly involved, according to the ex-staffer’s account.

The problems began in early 2009 when a man named Majed Seif, who lived in the same building where the Arab American Association offices are located, allegedly began stalking Fathelbab. “He would sneak up on me during times when no one was around, he would touch me, you could hear me scream at the top of my lungs,” Asmi Fathelbab tells TheDC. “He would pin me against the wall and rub his crotch on me.”

Asmi claims one of Majed’s alleged favorite past times was sneaking up on her with a full erection. “It was disgusting,” she tells The Caller. “I ran the youth program in the building and with that comes bending down and talking to small children. You have no idea what it was like to stand up and feel that behind you. I couldn’t scream because I didn’t want to scare the child in front of me. It left me shaking.”

The Daily Caller was provided with a link to Seif’s Facebook page and confirmed his identity, location and employment.

Fathelbab says she went to leadership at the organization to report the sexual assault. She alleges she was dismissed by Sarsour outright. “She called me a liar because ‘Something like this didn’t happen to women who looked like me,’” Asmi says. “How dare I interrupt her TV news interview in the other room with my ‘lies.’”

Asmi Fathelbab says Sarsour regularly body-shamed her and enabled Seif’s sexual assault.

According to Fathelbab, Sarsour threatened legal and professional damage if she went public with the sexual assault claims. “She told me he had the right to sue me for false claims,” Asmi recalls, adding that the assaulter allegedly “had the right to be anywhere in the building he wanted.”

Desperate after multiple dismissals by Sarsour, the distraught employee says she went to the president of the board of directors, Ahmed Jaber.

“Jaber told me my stalker was a ‘God-fearing man’ who was ‘always at the Mosque,’ so he wouldn’t do something like that,” Fathelbab claims. “He wanted to make it loud and clear this guy was a good Muslim and I was a bad Muslim for “complaining.”

A furious Sarsour allegedly raged against Fathelbab for continuing to report her sexual assault in the building. According to Fathelbab, her allegations would result in her getting written up for disciplinary action. She told TheDC she was once forced to talk to a detective from the community liaison division about the consequences of making false claims to the authorities.

After Fathelbab’s contract was up, Sarsour allegedly threatened to keep her from working again in the city.

“She told me I’d never work in NYC ever again for as long as she lived,” Asmi says. “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.”

Two people who knew Fathelbab during her time at the Arab American Association spoke with TheDC on condition of anonymity. Both collaborate her story, recalling that Asmi would return “emotionally distressed and in a panic” from work, often describing it as an “unsafe” work environment.

Another New York political operative, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, claims that Sarsour was “militant against other women” at the Association. This operative, who has worked for over 12 years with the Arab American Association, says they remember Asmi and witnessed her getting harassed in the building.

“They made it about her weight, saying she was not attractive enough to be harassed and then swept it under the rug,” the source said. “It was Linda Sarsour, Ahmad Jaber and Habib Joudeh who took care of it.” Habib Joudeh is the vice president of the Arab American Association of New York.

The source even identified Fathelbab’s alleged assaulter without prompting, “Majed Seif, the man who lived in the building.”

The operative, who is a practicing Muslim in the community, says a toxic culture at the Arab American Association led to the environment of harassment. “It’s always going to be the woman’s fault over there,” she alleges. “And Sarsour was there to protect the men. She’s not for other women. The only women she’s for is for herself.”

Another New York political insider, who has worked professionally with the Arab American Association for over a decade, says this is not the first time they have heard a complaint like this.

“Sarsour is only a feminist outwardly,” the insider said on the condition of anonymity, due to the source’s current political position. “Her interactions toward women in that building were atrocious. She would protect the patriarchy and in return they would promote her.

Read the rest of the story here.


23 responses to “Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour accused of enabling sexual assault against woman who worked for her

  1. “Both collaborate her story,” should read “both corroborate her story.”

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  2. Sarsour is a disgrace. Not much more to say and this just is another nail in her coffin. Hopefully she will find legal backup and sue the AAA, Sarsour, Jaber and Joudeh, and take them to the cleaners. That would be the day!

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    • The only problem with that . . . if Soursour has been screwing round with this woman’s employment for 10 years, at this point in time–no one will listen. Unless, some other woman comes up with the same complaint, then they might listen since she could establish that this behavior has been allowed to go on for quite some time. Muslim men are very adept at keeping Muslim women under their thumbs . . . thank Heavens on the other side, when Muslim men are “enjoying their 72 virgins” the women who have been treated so atrociously will be free of them. (Sarc)

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  3. It’s pretty obvious that she’s just a NWO shill. We all know that none of their nonsense will stand any sort of scrutiny. They depend on immediate and emotional reactions. Most of what they do and say are “symbolic”. They are intended to trigger mindless responses.

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  4. How come there’s no Women’s March on Washington against Sen. Al Franken and journalists Charlie Rose (who groped women’s parts and walked around nude in front of them) and Mark Halperin (who placed his erect penis on the bodies of women and masturbated in front of them in his office)?

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    • Well maybe they could taser them. After all, that would present a nice target. While they’re incapacitated they could tattoo a picture of Hillary there. Give Pete a little competition.

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    • Unfortunately, these Progressives, are all for show! They really don’t give a damn about the well being of women, unless it puts them in a position to push forward their agenda. The fact that they have done a 180 on Franken being forced out of office, shows this all too clearly. I for one want that smug dog gone–let him return to Minnesota in shame!

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  5. too bad she didn’t have a cell phone or a hidden camera she would have had plenty of evidence…

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    • True George . . . I certainly do agree with you. Then there could be no dispute over the facts. Although she did have some people who verified the unwanted attention. I suppose they were fearful to come forward, thinking that Sarsour would get revenge on them. It is more than obvious that Sarsour is a vengeful person.

      I do hope that this woman is able to find employment in order to support herself. I would wonder if she might not have a case against Sarsour for her contacting current employers in order to get her fired. It is one thing to discharge an employee, but to keep track of where they may become employed, and then contact the new employer–that goes well beyond what is acceptable behavior as a previous employer.

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      • The woman has grounds for a lawsuit if she can get her employers to disclose the reasons why she was let go in writing. With the right Lawyers she can take down Sarsour…


        • True George . . . . You are right on the money! The saddest thing is because she may fear censure at large by other Muslims, she may well be hesitant to pursue that very line of action. Although it would be in her best interest and that of other women. I think that sometimes employers may be very hesitant to divulge the fact that they acted on information given to them by a third party, because it may open them up to being brought to court.

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  6. looks to me like sourpuss hates women…my guess….abused as a kid and identifies with the victimizer…reminds me of hellary
    it’s too bad these muslim females seem ignorant to american law…asmi could’ve legally acted a long time ago against sourpuss and majed.

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  7. I think the Moslem card trumps the woman card.

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    • Youghn . . . Unfortunately, I think you are correct. Devout Muslims will never allow a woman to come out the winner, because don’t ya know . . . they’re lower than dogs (Sarc).

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  8. It looks like we have another Hillary Clinton on our hands here. My former A.P. at the last school I taught in was exactly like this, only worse. I cannot understand it: When men fight men, it’s usually over and done with. But I’ve seen the viciousness of some women—regardless of background—and there is never an end to it. What was once a grievance becomes a vendetta, then sport, and then a crusade.
    At any rate, Sarsour is an Enemy of the People: ALL OF THEM.

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    • Oh yeah, I’ve certainly run into that. “Do you remember what you did in 1961?”. Men tend to get it out and leave it there. People who carry around all that old baggage end up falling and having to wear a “moon boot”.


  9. I can imagine many men charged with groping and pinching women on the donkey (watching my language) rushing to convert to Islam and joining Sarsour’s mosque. What would happen were they to fondle her?

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  10. Here’s an interesting tidbit. For those who doubt the veracity of the Muslim/Animal-Attracted narrative:


    Maybe that’s what women in Sweden and Germany need. Just don’t leave home without a donkey.

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  11. LOL@linda sosour

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