Palestinian Terrorist and Women’s March Organizer to Be Deported, U.S. Citizenship Revoked

Convicted Palestinian terrorist and Women’s March organizer Rasmea Odeh, 70, is being deported. A federal judge ordered her U.S. citizenship revoked on Thursday.

Edward Joffe and Leon Kanner, killed in a 1969 supermarket bombing masterminded by Rasmea Odeh

Odeh lied when she entered the United States, saying she had no criminal record when in fact she was a convicted terrorist who masterminded bombings in Israel that left two people dead, and fourteen injured. As recent as last week, Odeh was leading a Chicago crowd in cheers to destroy Israel.

Odeh drew attention to herself earlier this year for organizing militant feminists in an anti-Trump, pro-abortion Women’s March where protesting women could have “a day of striking, marching, blocking roads, bridges, and squares, abstaining from domestic, care and sex work, boycotting, calling out misogynistic politicians and companies, striking in educational institutions,” The Guardian reported.

According to the Associated Press, Detroit federal Judge Gershwin Drain praised Rasmea Odeh for her years of service to Palestinian women in the Chicago area, but said the immigration system “relies on honesty.”

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