Miss Iraq to Ilhan Omar: Your ‘Anti-American’ Views Do Not Represent Muslims

‘I fled from the same ideology you’re trying to export here…’

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(Joshua Paladino, Liberty Headlines) Former Miss Iraq Sarah Idan has rebuked Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., over her representation of their mutual religion as it relates to living in the United States.

“Ilhan Omar does not represent me as a Muslim — does not represent millions of Muslims in the Middle East,” Idan said, Fox News reported.

Idan said it was sad that some migrants to the U.S. do not appreciate the country’s freedom.

She said Omar, as well as Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., attack the United States because they know the diversity-obsessed progressives will never rebuke them.


“They feed on the sympathy of people,” Idan said.

Idan made the comments that on The Sara Carter Show, which led to a spat between the two women.

Omar responded Thursday on Twitter.

Twitter user @lakeghost1 said Omar’s comeback sounded like “a snarky 13 year old.”

Idan agreed.

Although Omar often employs identity politics and uses her female, Muslim identity as a bludgeon, she liked a tweet that identified her simply as “American.”

Idan accused Omar of trying to “export” the tyrannical ideology of the Middle East to the United States.

“First was the Middle East, then Europe & now the USA. I fled from the same ideology you’re trying to export here,” she said.

Idan also criticized Omar for speaking at the Council on American-Islamic Relations, an organization that Idan said is “Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated.”