Wikipedia may not be the most reliable source of information, but what most people are unaware of is the fact that all historical entries are catalogued and remain available for anyone to view. This allows observers to see what changes have been made in order to alter the facts… and thus create an agenda:
Ilhan Omar Bio:
“Omar began her professional career as a community nutrition educator at the University of Minnesota, working in that capacity from 2006 to 2009 in the Greater Minneapolis–Saint Paul area.”
To become a nutrition educator one must have a Bachelors Degree in dietetics nutrition or similar degree. According to her own bio she did NOT possess such a degree.
“She graduated from North Dakota State University with bachelor’s degrees in political science and international studies in 2011.”
The wording states she earned two separate degrees, one in political science and a second in international studies. That would take 6-8 years. Her degrees would not qualify her to work as a dietetics nutritionist. However, her majors are oddly the same as Ocasio Cortez who has shown her utter lack of knowledge in either field.
Further she was obtaining her degree in North Dakota while teaching at the University of Minnesota.
Current BIO: “She and her family fled Somalia to escape the war and spent four years in a Dadaab refugee camp in Garissa County, Kenya, near the Somali border.
After first arriving in New York in 1992.”
An earlier Wikipedia version would contradict her new bio: “In 1995, Omar and her family emigrated to the United States, initially settling in Arlington, Virginia. In 1995, they moved to Minneapolis, where Ilhan quickly learned English in only three months.”
According to linguistic experts it takes about 720 hours to learn to speak “basic fluency” English which is defined as usage for travel needs, minimum courtesy, and routine social requirements. That would mean if a person studied 2 hours a day every single day, basic language skills could be attained in 12 months. It is possible that Omar never lived in a refugee camp but instead her family moved to the UK where her second husband, Elmi is stated to be a citizen.
Secondly: The Dadaab refugee camp was not constructed until sometime mid-1992. Thus if she spent four years there she could not arrive in New York until 1997.
Earlier version of Wikipedia: “She has lived in Minneapolis since 1997.”
“…at age 14 she accompanied her grandfather to caucus meetings, serving as his interpreter.”
Another earlier version of Wikipedia states: “At the age of eight, she fled the Somali Civil War as a refugee with her family and spent four years in a Kenyan refugee camp before attending middle school in Arlington, Virginia when she, her siblings, and her father, Nur Omar, arrived in the U.S. in 1995. She states that her father opted to move them to Minnesota for economic security and because of its reputedly excellent education system.”
Omar is one of seven children, the only sibling she mentions is Sahra Noor who currently lives in Nairobi and would appear to be four years older than Omar. She earned a masters degree in Minnesota.
Born in 1982 (earlier versions state she was born in 1981), she would reach 14 in 1996 while still in the refugee camp in Kenya. According to its website, there were no education facilities in the camp. So her schooling would have ended when she was ten in 1992. And caucus meetings would be in the refugee camp.
“Omar became a U.S. citizen in 2000 when she was 17 years old. She has spoken about being bullied for wearing a hijab during her time in Virginia, recalling classmates sticking gum on it, pushing her down stairs, and jumping her when changing for gym class.”
If in fact she arrived in New York in 1997 after spending four years in a refugee camp in Kenya, and immediately obtained a green card, citizenship application could not be granted for at least five years – or 2002, full citizenship would then take a year or more after – 2003 at the earliest. In addition – in order to make an application for citizenship, the person MUST be at least 18.
She self-identifies as a Somali American – however Somalia does not allow dual citizenship.
Hijabs were not allowed in schools until 2004 when a lawsuit was brought in Oklahoma. At that point she would have been 22.
“Omar attended Edison High School and volunteered there as a student organizer.”
Edison High School is 51% black, 16% Hispanic and 12% Asian/Pacific. So if classmates were ridiculing her, they were likely black, Hispanic or Asian, not white.
She married her second husband, Ahmed Nur Said Elmi, in 2009 divorcing in 2017 claiming desertion and no idea of his whereabouts. His name coincides with Omar’s father’s name – Nur Said Muhamed. Speculation is that Elmi was in fact her brother and marrying him gave him citizenship rights. She married her ‘first’ and third husband, Ahmed Hirsi, in 2011 committing bigomy. Omar’s first and third husband was born: Ahmed Abdisalan Aden. He claims to have changed his name when he received US citizenship to Ahmed Hirsi.
“Ahmed Abdisalam Adan, also known as Ahmed Mohamed Aden, is a Somali radio journalist, media founder and politician.” He escaped Omar’s hometown of Mogadishu sometime in the eighties and emigrated to Canada where he married and had children. He is the only listed man with that name – which may be construed to mean he is Hirsi’s father.
Her net worth is recorded as $2.15 million. She has stated her father was a taxi driver in Minnesota.
Other edited entries:
“In November 2012, in response to the March 2012 Gaza–Israel clashes, Omar tweeted that “Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel. #Gaza #Palestine #Israel.” This prompted criticism that her anti-Israel positions bordered on antisemitism. According to Tablet, when confronted with these accusations, Omar defended the tweet by explaining that “drawing attention to the apartheid Israeli regime is far from hating Jews.” Earlier, Omar had once recommended that the University of Minnesota should divest from bonds belonging to the State of Israel and spoke out against the anti-Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions law on the Minnesota State Senate floor.”
Obviously there are numerous tremendous discrepancies in Omar’s story of who she is, and her life until she became a Congresswoman. Despite all seven siblings emigrating to the US with her father, there is no information on any with the exception of her sister Noor.