The many news reports questioning whether Ilhan Omar committed immigration fraud by marrying her brother, as well as subsequent perjury accusations, are very serious. The evidence, including notarized court documents, is compelling.

The brother she was alleged to have married is a citizen of the United Kingdom. Photos exist on social media showing them together in England. They both attended North Dakota State University. Omar’s official response denying the allegations, when read in full, still leaves room for doubt.

Omar also attempted to alter existing Minnesota marriage laws as a new state legislator. Language she hoped to insert would have opened the door for illegal marriages, taking place out of state, to be declared legal. Why was this legislation important to her? Does this tie into Ilhan’s official statement discussing her “faith tradition” marriage/divorce versus her legal ones?

Here is text from the bill she co-authored (HF 3974), which would have amended our current marriage laws to say:

“a civil marriage that is recognized by another state or foreign jurisdiction under common law or statute, is void and against the public policy of this state unless neither party was a resident of this state at the time the marriage was entered into.

External References and Sources

Continue your search for truth by following the external links to news articles and other sources below.

Take a Walk through Ilhan Omar’s Controversial Marriage History

Investigation Suggests Omar Married Brother

PJ Media article about Omar divorcing her alleged brother

Official School Records Support Claims That Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) Married Her Brother

City Journal – “The Curious Case of Ilhan Omar”

PJ Media article about Minnesota Media’s coverup of Omar wrongdoings

Minnesota Legislature HF 3974

MinnPost Ihan Omar Marriage and Somali Culture

The Post Millennial Ilhan Omar and the Alleged Marriage to her Brother Fact or Fiction

Fox 9 News DFL Candidate Ilhan Omar Clarifies Marital History in Response to Questions

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