TV's Will & Grace and Debra Messing's stars said they would join actress Alyssa Milano while criticizing women's anti-Semitic leaders through Twitter.
Messenger vowed not to speak at The Advocate's January Repeated Women's March and condemned her connection with Louis Farrakhan, a preacher of anti-Semitic hatred, according to Dailywire.com.
A Milan spokesman said she was dissatisfied with the relationship between female leaders Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez and Linda Sarsour and Chicago-based Islamic leaders.
Though thoroughly liberal, Milan opposed anti-Semitism, decisively saying she was born from the left, and urged three women to blame Farrakhan.
"In that respect, polarization and anti-Semitism need to be called and resolved at any time, and I am disappointed with the leadership of Women's March, which they have not done adequately." "I will disagree at this point. Unfortunately, none of them at this point did not object to him, and there is a really good reason why I should even support them."
Just a few weeks ago, Ben & Jerry & # 39; s Israel, a licensed American ice cream company, said it would not have the brand new Pecan Resistance flavor promoted by anti-Israeli activist Linda Sarsour.
When Ben & Jerry announced the introduction of Pecan Resistance, the revenues from the sale of new tastes will support "an organization that creates a fairer and more equitable state for all of us". He said.
In a statement posted on Ben & Jerry's Facebook page, Ben & Jerry's Israeli commented: "All products sold in Israel are manufactured at a factory in Beer Tuviya. We buy milk and cream only from Israeli producers. It has nothing to do with the brand's decision, and does not involve local or global politics. "
The company has no intention of marketing a new flavor, but said it will "continue to work and act for the community and the Israeli community."
Sarsour appears in one of the promotional photos for a new taste. Among the organizations that would benefit from the sale of Pecan Resistance are the Women's March, which is linked to Louis Farrakhan, an anti-Semitic leader in Islamic countries, with three co-chairs from Sarsour, Tamika Mallory and Carmen Perez.
Earlier this year, The Tower did not appear in a forum in Australia after Mallory called the creation of a modern Jewish state "a crime against humanity" and attended the speech in February Farrakhan.