VIDEO: Ilhan Omar Blows Off Al-Qaeda, Mocks Americans For Fearing Them In Recently Surfaced Video

BY TEAM DML / APRIL 12, 2019 /

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Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar appeared to shrug off the notion that al-Qaeda is dangerous and mocked Americans who believe so in a recently-surfaced video.

Omar, who earned a degree in political science from the University of North Dakota in 2011, referenced a class she took about terrorism and noted that the professor appeared to have a physical reaction when he mentioned active terrorist groups such as al-Qaeda or Hezbollah.

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“The thing that was interesting, in the class, was every time the professor said ‘al-Qaeda,’ his shoulders sort of went up,” Omar said, smiling as she mimicked the action and over-emphasized the words. “Al-Qaeda, you know, Hezbollah,” she laughed out loud. 

Then she went on to note that reactions to ‘al-Qaeda’ and ‘Hezbollah’ are different than reactions to the words ‘America,’ ‘England’ or the ‘U.S. Army.’

WATCH her remarks in the video below:

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