Former Miss Iraq Sarah Idan provoked Rep. Ilhan Omar on Thursday after news emerged that she had distanced herself from a new Democrat from Minnesota in an interview.“Ilhan Omar does not represent me as a Muslim she does not represent millions of Muslims in the Middle East,” Idan said at “The Sara Carter Show.”“Hey, I might be wrong, but I don’t think you’re a resident of # MN05 and that doesn’t make me your representative,” Omar tweeted to the brush emoji.
These remarks led Omar to stress that she had not been the representative of the Beauty Queen since she had not lived in her congressional district.
Idan called the Minnesota Congresswoman’s “Anti-American” agenda. “Seriously @IlhanMN is this your intellectual coming back?” she asked. “I said as a MUSLIM! I don’t stand for your anti-American, anti-Semitic, Muslim Brotherhood agenda by using this democracy to further YOU & YOUR FRIENDS Islamic Socialism’s goal of separating & weakening our nation.”
Omar had not replied to Twitter by the moment it was published, but had signaled consent for a tweet that rebuffed the concept that she should be representative of all Muslims.During her interview, Idan also said it was sad that many individuals took the liberty they had in the United States for granted. She said that females like Omar and Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich, are exploiting the focus of liberals on diversity by attacking the nation. “They feed on the compassion of the individuals,” Idan said.Idan, who grew up in the Iraq War, commended U.S. troops and strongly criticized the way the former dictator Saddam Hussein handled his individuals. Idan was threatened with death and compelled to flee Iraq after posting an Instagram picture alongside Miss Israel in 2017.In another tweet, Idan accused Omar of attempting to “export” the same ideology that she had escaped from the Middle East. “First was the Middle East, then Europe and now the USA. I’ve escaped the same ideology that you’re attempting to export here,” she said.