Freshman Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar’s is not sincerely apologetic for her Jew-hating tweets, warns Iranian-born, ex-Muslim Anni Cyrus.
Her apologies for anti-Semitic remarks are merely an attempt to persuade the American public that she a moderate and is learning to subdue her true Muslim beliefs to attain political power.
But, like all “good Muslims,” Omar believes it’s her duty to convert “every breathing human” to Islam or “kill those who will not convert,” Cyrus explained in an exclusive interview with XCluded.
Omar is”learning, what we ex-Muslims, refer to as ‘Islamization.'” Cyrus said. “She is too new to this process. She doesn’t know how they maneuver. She’s learning how to be a good Muslim to the eyes of the public, as she is being a good Muslim to the eyes of Allah. Being a good Muslim in the eyes of Allah is to go ahead and convert every breathing human because based on Koran, every breathing human is a Mohammedan, translation Muslim.
“A Muslim’s job is to either convert every single one of them or kill those who will not convert. However, she can’t just come out and be that. She has to play the moderate role as a Muslim, for the public, as she’s working her way up to where Obama did and Keith Ellison.”
Omar has been a member of Congress for a little over a month, but has apologized for circulating what she herself called an “anti-Semitic trope” twice since taking office.
Earlier this month Omar tweeted, “It’s all about the Benjamins baby” while discussing GOP leaders punishing her for her comments about Israel. She later suggested that the American Israel Public Affairs Committee — a pro-Israel lobbying group — was responsible for it.
After being condemned by top House Democrats and getting reprimanded by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Omar apologized for her accusations.
Listening and learning, but standing strong 💪🏽 pic.twitter.com/7TSroSf8h1
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) February 11, 2019
Omar also faced backlash for tweeting, “Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel.”
“She didn’t apologize for her thought process. She apologized for letting them out. She never said, ‘I am sorry I think this way.’ She apologized for her words being hurtful. She said, ‘she’s listening and learning, but standing strong,’” Cyrus said. “She’s probably learning how to be a little bit sneakier.”
Cyrus was born in the Islamic Republic of Iran after the 1979 Revolution, when the Shah was overthrown and replaced by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. Khomeini became supreme leader of Iran and imposed sharia law, the legal code based on the Koran and other Islamic scripture. In his first speech upon his return to Iran, Khomeini decreed that the marriage age for women would change from 18 to 9.
When she was 13 years old, Cyrus was married to a complete stranger in his middle 30s. When she didn’t do what he wanted her to, he beat her. By the age of 14, she had been arrested 12 times and was subjected to hundreds of lashes.
Cyrus escaped to Turkey when she was 15 and made her way to the U.S. three years later. Now a U.S. citizen and human rights activist, she is speaking and writing to raise awareness to the perils of Islam and mentor girls and women who have been victims of Sharia law.
Islam is rooted in hatred of Judaism and Christianity, Cyrus asserted.
“Forget about their mentality, forget about their culture, forget about their land – just the teaching of Islam by itself, there is no way a Muslim Palestinian, Syrian, Egyptian, Iranian –they are not allowed, under no circumstances are they allowed to take Christians or Jews as their allies,” she said. “Go grab a Koran, or go on Koran.com – open chapter 5, verse 51 and read it. “Oh you who have believed, do not take Christians and Jews as your allies. They are each other’s allies.”
“Then move forward to chapter nine where it says, “‘Jews are the cursed people of Allah and they of peace will arrive when the stones are going to tell Muslims ‘there is a Jew behind me come and kill it,'” she continued. “How do you negotiate that?”