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In another demonstration of why it’s never a good idea to elect radical extremists to political office in the United States, Minnesota Congresswoman elect Ilhan Omar, who is a Somali Muslim immigrant, took to twitter to mock Vice President Mike Pence’s Christian faith.

Mind you, this is the same woman who cheered when I was banned from Twitter for posting facts about her policies: female genital mutilation, and Sharia Law, both of which she supports.

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According to Twitter, you can’t post facts about Sharia Law, but if you’re a Muslim, you’re allowed to call for Jews to be exterminated, and you can say anything you want about Christians and Jews. Not only is Twitter actively enforcing Sharia law around the world, but Twitter is also giving a platform to jihadis and terrorist organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood, CAIRHamas, Linda Sarsour, and 9/11 co-conspirator Siraj Wahhaj, just to name a few.

 

Leftists and Ilhan’s fellow jihadis will try to excuse her hatred of non-Muslims as a joke, but make no mistake. Her mockery of Christianity is telling of her own personal values and the death cult of an ideology that she embraces.

Omar has no problem disrespecting Jesus, but we all know what happens when people dare speak truth about the Prophet Mohammed, or even depict him as a cartoon.

Just ask the journalists at Charlie Hebd..oh, wait.

Let’s compare Jesus and Mohammed, shall we?

Jesus:

  • Healer
  • Suffered torture but never tortured anyone
  • Loved his enemies

Mohammed:

  • Murderer
  • Tortured innocent people
  • Killed all non-Muslims
  • Rapist
  • Pedophile
  • Slave owner

You get the point. Now, take a guess as to which one Omar and her ilk worship?

The one who married a six year old girl and consummated the marriage when she was nine.

Along with being anti Christian, Omar is also a vile Jew hater with a nasty habit of publishing anti-Jewish and anti-American tweets:

In 2012, Omar Tweeted, “Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel. #Gaza #Palestine #Israel.”

It is worth noting that Omar has also been accused of having a fraudulent marriage to her biological brother. It is safe to say that being married to your brother and running for office in America would certainly create an image crisis, given that Omar allegedly married her brother in an attempt to help him easily immigrate to the United States. It is against the law to marry people under false pretenses with the intention of helping them immigrate to the United States.

According to Power Line Blog, Omar claims to be married to a man named Ahmed Hirsi, the father of her children and the man she publicly refers to as her husband, but the couple never finalized their marriage application and was never legally married on paper. In 2008, their non legal “marriage” ended.

However, Omar claims that in 2009, she legally married Ahmed Nur Said Elmi, a British citizen. Along with the Power Line blog, Alpha News also claims that Elmi is Omar’s brother. According to Alpha News , Omar was involved with Ahmed Nur Said Elmi (her legal husband) and Ahmed Hirsi (her “cultural” husband and father of her children) at the same time. Although Omar has claimed that the accusations are false, Alpha News has confirmed that the legal name for Omar’s father is Nur Said Elmi Mohamed, which is the same last name as her legal husband.

“A number of baseless rumors have been made recently about my personal life and family. I will say it again here: they are absolutely false and ridiculous,” Omar said in a statement regarding the allegations.

Twitter claims they don’t have a bias as they ban Conservatives, Jews, and Christians for posting facts and simply existing as conservatives while they simultaneously allow for hateful Muslims like Ilhan Omar and Louis Farrakhan, and numerous terrorist organizations to spew their threats online.

Omar hasn’t even been officially initiated and she’s already trying to tarnish the halls of Congress with symbols of oppression like the hijab and burka by overturning the longstanding Congressional ban on head coverings.

Time will only tell how destructive this newly elected member of the Hamas Caucus will be.

Will anyone be brave enough to stop her?

Inshallah…

Laura Loomer is a conservative investigative journalist and activist. Originally from Arizona, Laura began her career working as an undercover journalist for Project Veritas from 2015-2017. She covers politics, anti-Semitism, immigration, terrorism, the Islamification of the West, and voter fraud. Loomer’s investigations have been broadcasted on every major national mainstream media outlet in the United States, as well as many international publications. Support Laura Loomer’s Independent Journalism here: PayPal.me/lauraloomer

 
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Not all Shi’a-Majority Nations are the Same

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The recent alleged arson attack on the Tomb of Esther and Mordechai, a Jewish holy site in Iran, was indicative of the ever-rising rate of anti-Semitism and broader religious intolerance in the Islamic Republic. The recently released United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) annual report had highlighted Iran’s anti-Semitic targeting of its small Jewish population as well as other minorities including followers of the Baha’i faith; the most persecuted faith in Iran.

The USCIRF described that it documented “a particular uptick in the persecution of Baha’is and local government officials who supported them in 2019. Iran’s government blamed Baha’is —without evidence — for widespread popular protests, accusing the community of collaboration with Israel, where the Baha’i World Centre is located. Iran’s government also continued to promote hatred against Baha’is and other religious minorities on traditional and social media channels.”

U.S. Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Elan Carr has said that “anti-Semitism isn’t ancillary to the ideology of the Islamic Republic of Iran. It is a central foundational component of the ideology of that regime, and we have to be clear about it, and we have to confront it and call it out for what it is.” After the Tomb of Esther and Mordechai was set ablaze last weekend, Carr reiterated these statements and called Iran the “world’s chief state sponsor of anti-Semitism.”

In 2016 I wrote, “According to Articles 12 and 13 of the Iranian Constitution, all branches of Islam and Christianity have the right to worship, as do Jews and Zoroastrians, within the limits of the law there. However, converting away from Islam to any other religion is considered haram, or forbidden, and in many cases, could result in execution.”

Anti-Semitism is a historical reality in Iran’s strict brand of Shi’a Islam, which emphasizes the separation between believers and non-believers, expressed in terms of purity versus impurity. The Jewish People Policy Planning Institute explains that in Iran, “under the influence of Zoroastrian traditions, the Jews were considered physically impure and untouchable (najasa). Jews were also prohibited from inheriting from Shiites, whereas the opposite was allowed. A Jew who converted to Islam was entitled to the entire inheritance. Shiites were not allowed to marry Jewish women, except for in temporary marriage (mut’a), which is an inferior and exploitative type of concubinage.”

It is also a little-known fact that the country name of Iran is derived from the ancient Persian word Arya, a linguistic predecessor of the modern European term Aryan. Further, Armenian Nazi collaborator Garegin Nzhdeh (1886-1955) is the founder of the racist Tseghakronism movement, whose ideology is reminiscent of the Aryan supremacy espoused by Nzhdeh’s Nazi comrades. Today, Nzhdeh’s brand of Aryan and anti-Semitic ideology is palpable in both Armenia and Iran, neighboring countries where the Anti-Defamation League has documented that more than half of the populations hold a series of anti-Semitic views — at even higher rate in Armenia (58 percent) than in Iran (56 percent).

At the same time, it is important to note that the majority of Iranians are secular and the regime does not necessarily represent them, or their values. In fact, the Iranian government persecutes its Azerbaijani, Arab, and other citizens from minority populations.

Yet a stark contrast with Iran is found in its Shi’a-majority neighbor, Azerbaijan, which has strong relations with Israel and protects its Jewish citizens as well as other religious and ethnic minorities.

Southern California-based evangelical pastor Johnnie Moore has elaborated on the telling differences in the realm of religious tolerance between Azerbaijan and Iran, noting that Azerbaijan is “a country where Sunni and Shi’a clerics pray together, where Evangelical and Russian Orthodox Christians serve together, and where thriving Jewish communities enjoy freedom and total security in their almost entirely Islamic country.” He has also called Azerbaijan “a model for peaceful coexistence between religions.”

During my own visit to Azerbaijan, I observed and documented this first-hand. I believe that Azerbaijan is a nation that bears the torch, and burden, of bringing religious freedom to its less tolerant neighbors in the region, like Iran.

Perhaps the most dramatic indicator of Azerbaijani tolerance is the post-Soviet state’s special relationship with its Jewish community and with Israel. Last November, Azerbaijan unveiled a statue in honor of the nation’s Jewish war hero Albert Agarunov (1969-1992). Although Agarunov was killed in battle, his legacy remains a powerful symbol of Jewish integration and pride for his Muslim-majority country.

Israel and Azerbaijan have closely cooperated for more than a decade in the realms of security, energy, and tourism. Most recently, Azerbaijan sent its Finance Minister Samir Sharifov to this year’s American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) policy conference, where Sharifov said that the country’s “cooperation with Israel is not limited to oil supply; we are interested in widening cooperation in defense and the transfer of technology.”

Sharifov also read remarks from a letter to AIPAC by Mehriban Aliyeva, the first vice president of Azerbaijan, who wrote, “It is gratifying that our former compatriots of Jewish origin, living nowadays in the United States and Israel, have maintained close ties with Azerbaijan and contribute to the strengthening of our relations with these countries. We are grateful to them.”

How can Azerbaijan govern and act so differently from its Shi’a neighbor? Iran is a theocracy that mixes religion and state more thoroughly than any other country in the world. In contrast, Azerbaijan’s constitution affirms the country as a secular state and ensures religious freedom for its citizens. Azerbaijan is also facing its own human rights issues and working on progressing as a nation. However, the fact of the matter remains, though Iran and Azerbaijan share a border, the similarities between their governments largely end there. Not all Shi’a-majority nations are the same.

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