in the vicinityVideoIraqi refugee starts a GOP challenge to Rep. Ilhan Omar in Minnesota
Dalia al-Aqidi says, ‘Fox & friends that you run for Congress because Rep. Ilhan Omar is doing ‘irreparable damage’ to the country with their ” hatred and racism.’
A plunge of at least eight candidates the goal of U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., a short answer this week was, according to Omar posted six opportunities they identified.
“I’m an American,” wrote the Republicans Dalia al-Aqidi, a former Iraqi refugee, to replace the hopes that Omar represented Minnesota’s 5th Congressional District.
“This is added, why I am running for Congress,” al-Aqidi.
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The answer came shortly after Omar’s Twitter message late Sunday in which freshman members of Congress listed ways that she describes herself.
“I wrote Hijabi, Muslims, Blacks, foreigners were born, refugee, Somalia,” Omar.
Appear to provoke their critics, Omar added, “Slightly conservative, Right-wing bloggers, anti-Muslim fanatics, tin foil conspiracy theorists, birthers, trigger a [dollar] bash Muslims scammer to pay me, per-profession groups, and each individual alien enemy since 2016.”
Omar of the post ended with a laughing face emoji and a GIF file showing her an audience, to say Hello, “Hello!”
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, blew up, the Omar post, writing, “in the Left today, world of intersectionality, ‘American’, as awkward & gauche.”
During an appearance on “Fox & Friends” in January, al-Aqidi, a journalist, spoke out against what they described as “hate rhetoric-filled” comes from Omar since he came to power.
“As an American citizen, it is my duty to defend my country and it is my duty to stand up to their hatred and racism that they are spreading within their municipality, in the country, and even worldwide,” al-Aqidi said. “Ilhan Omar is damaging to all Americans with your hatred, you are against what we believe, [and] against our own Constitution.”
How Omar al-Aqidi in the USA came with her family to flee, a nation devastated by the war. But unlike Omar, al-Aqidi said that she has stopped considering himself a refugee.
“I came to the USA more than 25 years ago. So, basically, I’m not a refugee anymore. I’m not the Iraqis more. I’m an American. Time,” she said on “Fox & Friends”.
Omar’s comments about Israel, the often drawn accusations that she was anti-Semitic. But the Congressman has insisted that it is directed against all forms of bigotry.
As al-Aqidi, the many commentators who remark on social media this week, were quickly that Omar had decided to not describe himself as an American.
“Hmm. I don’t see that, you recognize, as a US citizen???” one commentator wrote. “You should not be in Congress!”
“Not surprising that you don’t recognize as American,” wrote another. “I have no problems with any of the above-mentioned exception to that. They were to serve elected by the Americans, the Americans. Thank goodness, you can’t claim to represent me.”
“Be American,” another Twitter user wrote. “Not at all occur to you.”
Others offered other suggestions, Omar could add to your list description.
“And a one and done congressperson,” one commentator wrote.
Still others react by saying Omar ‘ s attention seems to be directed by her Minnesota constituents.
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“This is wrote a lot about you,” a person. “Can we talk about our Minnesota, and what are we working on here? I really get tired of how much you focus on… well, you.”
After the election, the website Ballotpedia, at least three Democrats Omar’s challenge in the party primary election Aug. 11. You are a community organizer, John Mason, lawyer, Antone Melton-Meaux, and community clinic’s founder, Leila Shukri Adan.
A minimum of five Republicans vying for Omar’s house seat. You are al-Aqidi and technology professional-Lacy Johnson, special education professional Danielle Stella, Minister of the Lucia bird, activist alley, Waterbury and former sales manager Brent Whaley.