‘Jeopardy!’ host Mayim Bialik questions motives of ‘progressive feminists’ over their silence on Hamas’ Oct. 7 gruesome rapes & carnage
!!Warning!! – The report below contains text & a video recording, each depicting graphic scenes and descriptions of sexual violence & carnage during the horrific invasion by Hamas into Israel on Oct. 7.
“Jeopardy!” co-host Mayim Bialik slammed women’s organizations around the world for their silence over Hamas’ alleged systemic rapes of Israeli women during the terrorists’ deadly Oct. 7 attack.
The Jewish actress and talk show host called out the deafening silence over the gender-based abuse of Israeli women — a war crime — on social media last Saturday. Continue Reading »
Jewish-American actress Mayim Bialik responds to Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour’s claim that ‘Feminism & Zionism can’t coexist’ as untrue, bigoted, and watch Human Right’s activist Ayaan Hirsi, explain why Sarsour is a fake, since she supports Sharia Law: FGM, women as slaves, without equal right.
By LAURA SIGAL
Jewish-American actress Mayim Bialik took to her website GrokNation this week to fire back at recent comments by Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour, who stated in an interview with The Nation that one cannot be both a Zionist and a feminist.
Mayim Bialik vs LInda Sarsour on a Zionist cannot be a feminist
“Are there things that happen in Israel and the Palestinian territories which cause pain and suffering to women? Continue Reading »
In Interview: After her recent trip to Israel, TV’s ‘Big Bang Theory’ star tells how she dealt with the social media backlash of her trip to the Jewish State.
Actress Mayim Bialik is known for many things, among them old and current TV shows Blossom and The Big Bang Theory, her PHD in neuroscience, and her love for Israel. Last week she combined her passion for the holy land and her successful acting gig as the Big Bang Theory’s Amy Farrah Fowler, drawing an international CBS team to Israel for a photo shoot.
Selfie outside house of relative and poet Hayim Bialik – Photo: MAYIM BIALIK
“I went with them to Paris two years ago and when they asked me where I wanted to do it this time, I said Israel.” Continue Reading »