Miss Iraq 2017, who was forced to leave her country because of a photo taken with Miss Israel, accused Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) of wanting to impose extremist Islam in the United States.
Sarah Idan recently criticized Omar via Twitter for her “anti-American, anti-Semitic, Muslim Brotherhood agenda using this democracy to further YOUR & YOUR FRIENDS Islamic socialist goals of dividing and weakening our country.”
Idan warned in an interview with i24 News that Omar defends “an ideology of trying to push Islam to make it the ruling system of the country.”
The former Miss Iraq went on to say that Omar angered many Muslims in the United States because she always said, “I speak for every Muslim in this country.
“She made a lot of us angry—moderate Muslims who escaped Sharia, who are trying to push for moderate Islam and a reform of Islam,” the former beauty queen added.
“Omar does not represent me as a Muslim does not represent millions of Muslims in the middle in the Middle East. You know like in Arab countries we call her the Muslim Brotherhood,'” she explained recently on the Sara Carter Show.
“They are extremist Muslims, Sunni Muslims, who are now working together with Iran against all the Arab countries,” Idan said.
“They’re working now with Hezbollah, with Turkey, with all that. You know, the thing is about this organization they are extremist Muslims, they’re jihadis, and they have this ideology that they want to control the world,” she added.
Idan published a photo with Miss Israel in the Miss Universe 2017 contest as a sign of “peace.”
Since sharing the publication on social networks and becoming viral, Idan has faced ongoing death threats, but said she does not give in to fear, she told Sara Carter.
Sarah Idan grew up in Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, where she says she was taught to hate the United States and Israel.
The former beauty queen recounted how she changed her mind when she came into contact with U.S. soldiers deployed in Iraq.
“When I saw the soldiers the U.S. soldiers the first time how they came and how they talked to us they gave us candy and flowers and they were like just one of the nicest people,” Idan told Carter.
She no longer saw them as “evil” and, at the age of 18, became a translator for U.S. troops, and she has lived in the United States for eight years now.
“I feel like here more at home than in Iraq,” she said.
An ethical complaint has recently been filed with the speaker of the House of Representatives calling for a full investigation into possible crimes involving legislator Ilhan Omar and her alleged marriage to her biological brother.
Judicial Watch called in late July for an investigation into the possible crimes of “perjury, immigration fraud, marital fraud, state and federal tax fraud, and federal student loan fraud,” committed by the Democratic representative, the organization said in a statement signed by its president, Tom Fitton.