Will & Grace stars, Debra Messing, told Twitter to join actress Alyssa Milano in condemning the women's anti-Semitic leaders.
Messing has written an article from the Attorney, in which Milan pledges not to speak in March of the Women's Repeat and denounces the group about the link with preaching anti-Semitism Louis Farrakhan, according to Dailywire.com.
Milan told the lawyer that he does not feel comfortable with the ties between women's Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez, and Linda Sarsour and the leader of the Chicago Nation of Islam.
Although a conscious liberal, Milan spoke definitively against the antisemitism that he saw from the left and called the three women to denounce Farrakhan.
"Whenever there is any fanaticism or antisemitism in this regard, it must be called and addressed. I am disappointed with the leadership of the Women's Fair that they have not done it properly," Milano said. "I would say not at this time. Unfortunately, none of them came against him at this time, or even gave a very good reason to support them."
Just a few weeks ago, Israel's Ben & Jerry, licensor of the American ice cream company, said it would not bear the new features of the Pecan Resistance brand promoted by anti-Israel activist Linda Sarsour.
When Ben & Jerry announced the introduction of the Pecan Resistance, he said the proceeds from the sale of the new fragrance would support "the groups that create a more just and equitable nation for all of us."
In a statement posted on his Facebook page, Israel's Ben & Jerry said, "All the products sold in Israel are made in a Beer Tuviya factory …. We only buy milk and cream from Israeli producers. we have nothing to do with the decisions taken by the global brand and we are not involved in local or world politics. "
The company said it did not intend to market the new taste but clarified that it would "continue to work and act for the community and Israeli society," The Tower said.
Sarsour appears in one of the promotional photos for the new taste. Among the groups that will benefit from Pecan Resistance sales are women's March, of which three co-presidents – Sarsour, Tamika Mallory and Carmen Perez – have ties with Louis Farrakhan, the anti-Semitic leader of the Islamic nation.
Earlier this year, The Tower added that "Mallory was refused to appear at a forum in Australia after calling the establishment of Israel's modern Jewish state as a" crime against humanity "and attended a Farrakhan speech in February" .
By Patricia Savage