Wednesday 6 March 2019


Ilhan Omar - There are no public records or credible sources contradicting Ilhan Omar’s account of her past. FACT CHECK

Ilhan Omar is a Somali-American politician serving as the U.S. Representative for Minnesota's 5th congressional district since 2019.

She has called for a boycott of Saudi Arabia.

In January 2019, Omar joined Democrats Ro Khanna and Tulsi Gabbard in denouncing the Trump administration's decision to recognize Juan Guaidó.

In February 2019, Omar's tweets implied that the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) was buying American politicians' support of Israel.[70]

Ilhan Omar

American Jews, including prominent figures like Naomi Klein, have come out in support of Ilhan Omar

"Omar has faced huge backlash after calling out AIPAC.

"She has faced accusations of anti-Semitism from both Democrats and Republicans, floor action against her by Nancy Pelosi, and disturbing posters at a Republican event, linking her to the 9/11 attacks."

Ilhan Omar is featured in a music video “Girls Like You.”

We are Jews who stand with Representative Ilhan Omar.

Open letter 

"She has been falsely accused of anti-Semitism since tweeting that GOP threats against her and Representative Rashida Tlaib for criticizing Israel were ... all about AIPAC paying members of Congress “to be pro-Israel.”

"There is absolutely nothing anti-Semitic about calling out the noxious role of AIPAC (the American Israel Public Affairs Committee), which spends millions each year to buy U.S. political support for Israeli aggression and militarism against the Palestinian people.

"As the NYC chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace summed up: “Accurately describing how the Israel lobby works in this country is not anti-Semitic. The never-ending smear campaign against Ilhan Omar is racism and Islamophobia in action.”

"The pro-Israel lobby has played an outsized role in producing nearly unanimous congressional support for Israel. It has organized a national campaign to suppress Palestinian activism on campuses, made the Israel Anti-Boycott Act a legislative priority, and for decades has boasted about their power to make or break political careers. To point out this reality is not anti-Semitic.


We are Jews who stand with Representative Ilhan Omar.

"Genuine anti-Semitism and the growth of white supremacy are indeed growing concerns in Donald Trump’s America.

"Omar and Tlaib, the first two Muslim congresswomen in this country’s history, are not part of this ugly growth of white supremacy. Instead, they are part of movements which seek to confront it. For that, and for their courageous support of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) campaign, they are being smeared by a racist and Islamophobic chorus, including the House Democratic leadership itself.

"As long as the Israeli state continues to militarily besiege, economically choke, and incessantly dispossess the Palestinian people, and as long as it does so with the full backing of the United States government, we need to speak out against these crimes. We thank Ilhan Omar for having the bravery to shake up the congressional taboo against criticizing Israel. As Jews with a long tradition of social justice and anti-racism, AIPAC does not represent us."


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Anonymous 6 March 2019 at 08:44

Hannah Arendt would agree with Ilhan Omar

"Rep. Ilhan Omar's comments last week in Washington that seemed to question the allegiance of Americans who advocate tirelessly for Israel have incurred the wrath of those advocates, who charge her with anti-Semitism ...

"But Omar's critique goes to the nature of Zionism; and it was anticipated by the Jewish philosopher Hannah Arendt ... Arendt was alarmed by the arrogance of Israel's founders, in proceeding with contempt for their Arab neighbors ...

"... Arendt predicted the rise of the Israel lobby: influential Zionist individuals and organizations that would be called upon to shape American policy ..."


Anonymous 6 March 2019 at 08:45

Jewish Americans come out in support of Ilhan Omar


Anonymous 6 March 2019 at 08:47

Rep. Ilhan Omar punches back at Trump: 'You have trafficked in hate your whole life'

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At 6 March 2019 at 13:35 , Anonymous Brabantian said...

In both Britain and the USA, we are perhaps at a turning point in Israeli lobby power, as its over-reach leads to well-deserved backlash

Ilhan Omar is being praised and admired even by many who had considered themselves the most dedicated core Trump supporters ... As they also do regarding Samoan-heritage Tulsi Gabbard 'no more intervention war' and Taiwanese-heritage Andrew Wang 'minimum income for everyone' amongst USA politicians ... all 3 of the Democratic party

It is said that part of the reason the USA oligarchy, moved so rapidly recently to consolidate their control of Donald Trump, pulling back on previous criticism of him, and 'normalising' him for re-election in 2020 -

Is that the oligarchs realise they do not have very good control of the Democratic party minorities newly ascendant in USA politics, especially regarding Israel-related issues


USA Jewish lobby kingmaker Sheldon Adelson, is reported as being in dire health, apparently struck with severe cancer, only a few weeks after Adelson's USA political pets, suborned Canada into arresting & detaining Huawei executive Ms Meng Wanzhou for 'Iran sanctions violation' nonsense

A divine opportunity for Sheldon Adelson to reflect upon what he has wrought in his life

At 7 March 2019 at 01:56 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

So they cannot even bother to tell lies anymore???

At 7 March 2019 at 02:50 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 7 March 2019 at 04:19 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 8 March 2019 at 23:03 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

David Duke has recently come out in support of the Somalian,rating her as the most important member of congress.

At 25 March 2019 at 16:27 , Anonymous Brabantian said...

US Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, has just been attacked very publicly and aggressively, by the notorious ultra-Zionist Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, close friend of Sheldon Adelson, USA presidents, politicians, celebrities etc, as readers here know

Boteach and his 'World Values Network', spent many thousands for a full-page ad in the Washington post this weekend (24 March) - photo links below

[Just to explain, USA people use a slang word 'Benjamins' for money, because of the picture of Benjamin Franklin on the US $100 note]

Rabbi Shmuley writes, comparing Rep. Omar's recent statements, with "Historic anti-semitism" -

All text below from Shmuley's anti-Omar advertisement:

« Blah, blah ... Jews control the world with their money ... blah, blah ...

Rep. Ilhan Omar: “Israel has hypnotized the world.”

1903 Protocols of the Elders of Zion: “[The Jew] Hypnotizes by his daring and strength of mind.”

Rep. Ilhan Omar: “It’s all about the Benjamins [money], baby!”

Henry Ford’s 1920 'The International Jew': “Money is the only means [The Jew] knows by which to gain position.”

Rep. Ilhan Omar: : “I want to talk about the political influence in this country that says it is okay to push for allegiance to a foreign country.”

Ben Klassen's 1981 'The White Man’s Bible': “The Jew… is frantically, eternally loyal to the Jewish race and since 1948, to Israel.”

"Her remarks are not anti-Israel; they are anti-semitic."
- Rahm Emanuel, Mayor of Chicago and former Chief of Staff to President Barack Obama »

Page on Rabbi Shmuley's website:

Direct link to high-res ad image on Shmuley's website:

Photograph of printed full page with the above ad, as it appeared in the Washington Post owned by Jeff Bezos, accepted and approved by the Bezos management team:

Rabbi Shmuley's twitter post ... not censored as 'hate speech' by pro-Israel Twitter:

Direct link to high-res ad image on Twitter:


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