Laura Ingraham said Thursday in her "Angle" monologue that Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour has a "pernicious effect" on American politics.
The University of Connecticut invited Women's March organizer and sharia law advocate Linda Sarsour to speak on campus after restricting access to a speech by conservative writer Ben Shapiro.
Controversial feminist and pro-Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour issued a warning to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) as Congress debates immigration reform.
This past weekend thousands of women - and men - took to the streets to show the world how nasty they can be. They called it the “women’s march” but I refuse to call it by that name.
Instead, honorees included Samantha Bee, the organizers of the Women's March and Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA)
Greg Gutfeld said two prominent magazines' decision to honor two controversial American figures was a way for them to show their "awareness" on social justice issues.
Feminist activist Linda Sarsour, who organized the Women's March on Washington and has been routinely critical of Israel, was blasted for a tweet in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
Muslim activist Linda Sarsour defended her call for "jihad" against the Trump administration.
Author Dr. Qanta Ahmed said that progressive Muslim activist Linda Sarsour's call for a "jihad" against the Trump administration is a play from the "Muslim Brotherhood playbook."
After Muslim-American activist Linda Sarsour called for a 'jihad' against the Trump administration, columnist Ben Shapiro took on a representative for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) to debate her use of the word.
Laura Ingraham argued with a Muslim Imam over Linda Sarsour, the Palestinian-American progressive activist who called for a "jihad" against President Trump.
Controversial activist Linda Sarsour is calling for a "jihad" against President Donald Trump and his administration.