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Rasha
“I don’t ever want you to worry about me. I am fine. I know what my mission is. I know what my purpose is. I know that as long as I breathe that I will continue to make people uncomfortable in the best way possible” is strong but we will NOT be silent
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Rasha 4 Mar 19
Replying to @RashaMK
We will not be complicit as one of the most consistent/most vocal anti-war critique of U.S. empire is attacked. We will not be silent while racism/Islamophobia is exhibited on both sides of the aisles. We will not ignore centuries of violence against Black communities/against WOC
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Rasha 4 Mar 19
Replying to @IlhanMN
—the fact that Congresswoman a Black Muslim Woman in hijab is exponentially more prone to violence. We will as she speaks truth to power.
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Rasha 4 Mar 19
Replying to @IlhanMN
House Leadership of Dems should be ashamed of themselves. Not only have they failed to condemn an Islamophobic poster, moreover they are feeding into GOP’s racist agenda. She is not your token & certainly is not at your disposal. is the VOICE we ALL need
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Diana Hussein 🇱🇧 5 Mar 19
Replying to @RashaMK @IlhanMN
I'm eternally grateful for the courage and strength of my Palestinian sisters who put themselves on the frontlines, no matter what they know will come back at them.
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Rasha 5 Mar 19
Replying to @heyadiana @IlhanMN
Thank you, Sis ❤️ 🇵🇸
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Nihaya 5 Mar 19
Replying to @RashaMK @IlhanMN
Wow, just wow! The most unselfish, beautiful black, Muslim, woman to ever enter is attacked mercilessly by racists, warmongers and bigots while her own party throws her under the bus and smears her as an . We will not stay silent!
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Nihaya 5 Mar 19
Replying to @RashaMK @IlhanMN
Ilhan Omar’s Criticism Raises the Question: Is AIPAC Too Powerful? And with that power, has AIPAC warped the policy debate over Israel so drastically that dissenting voices are not even allowed to be heard?
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'Rachel Tension' is my drag name 4 Mar 19
Replying to @RashaMK @IlhanMN
I appreciate this, but this is something my own immigrant mother does ALL the time; reminds us that she'll be good and strong. I believe her. She always has been. The issue is she does this to make us not feel like she's a burden. To make it easier for us.
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'Rachel Tension' is my drag name 4 Mar 19
Replying to @RashaMK @IlhanMN
Here's the tea, ladies and gentlemen; women, especially women of color (ESPECIALLY immigrants), have been under siege for decades. Centuries. It is our duty to be the allies we claim to be and support them. Say "I am here for you" in explicit terms.
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Prestina p. Tate 4 Mar 19
Now..this woman is a BEAUTIFUL HERO... ABSOLUTELY A FORCE WORTH STANDING FOR..
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