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Mockery Ensues When Ilhan Omar Criticizes Christians Singing on a Plane

Mockery Ensues When Ilhan Omar Criticizes Christians Singing on a Plane

Omar never wastes an opportunity to swipe at Jews and Christians while playing victim.

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has come under fire after she criticized a video of Christians singing on a plane.

A bunch of churchgoers sang their songs, walking up and down the aisle. One guy played the guitar. Apparently, they belong to an organization called Kingdom Realm Ministries. They’ve been traveling to Europe to help people escape Ukraine.

People aren’t wearing masks because it’s a chartered flight. I’m going to assume that a lot of people on the chartered flight belong to the group.

That’s what makes Omar’s comment even more annoying. It’s not like happened on a United flight.

TMZ wrote that the video came out on April 9. But of course, Omar picks it up during Easter weekend.

I would find the singing annoying but Omar took it a step further because that’s Omar’s MO.

It would end with no one caring. Likely no one would pay much attention to you.

No one cares.

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taurus the judge | April 18, 2022 at 1:06 pm

The significance of Ilham will certainly diminish with the passage of time.

A chartered flight ? … SMH

This happened on a plane? She’s complaing somebody did something? The last time muslims did something on a plane it wasn’t singing.

Vile Muslim supremacist bigot, Omar, is despicable. Her ceaseless, contrived and fallacious propaganda mythology of alleged Muslim victimhood is equally odious and contemptible, but, it is consistent with obnoxious Muslim supremacists’/terrorism supporters’ savvy exploitation of gullible Leftists’/Dhimmi-crats’ reflexive, lemming-like compulsion to gleefully jump onto the bandwagon of any self-styled, alleged “victim” group, no matter how manifestly contrived and fallacious their victimhood.

buckeyeminuteman | April 18, 2022 at 1:25 pm

How would Muslim prayer on a plane end? Probably in a rural field in Pennsylvania.

When I was a very young Soldier I found myself on a similar flight; chartered by a group, lots of guitars and singing of songs which wouldn’t have been so bad it it weren’t for the time; very late evening flight out of Houston to Pensacola as I recall. Departed about 22:30 and after multiple day long delays and weather issues I was happy to be on a flight but I could have done with some quiet in all honesty.

I’ve prayed on a plane before. I’ve heard other Christians pray on a plane.

After those prayers were concluded the planes weren’t diverted into office buildings.

I was on a Piedmont Air flight back years ago when a church group felt called upon to sing acapella. Not bad as there were only two tenors, several baritones and a pair of bass singers. No one objected, at least out loud.

Colonel Travis | April 18, 2022 at 1:38 pm

Disgusting woman

    JohnSmith100 in reply to Colonel Travis. | April 18, 2022 at 2:29 pm

    The part of Africa she comes from is known for doing the most extreme FGM, which involves removal of the clitoris, a lot of other fatty tissue, and then sewing the 2 sides together. It often causes a host of lifelong problems. Barbarians!!!

Christopher B | April 18, 2022 at 1:45 pm

Good job, Minnesota Democrats!

I find it very difficult to believe that Ilhan Omar has ever prayed to anyone except herself.

    AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to irv. | April 18, 2022 at 5:23 pm

    I have heard on good authority that she has many times gotten down on her knees in front of her brotherhusband.

    I don’t know if that included prayer.

    I do concur with other commenters. Since the 70s, most flights with mudslime onboard have resulted in less than ideal circumstances.
    Evangelical Christians, not so much.

    I don’t recall any Southern Baptists flying a plane into the Pentagon.

    I don’t recall any Catholics saying “Let us pray” before taking down a tower in New York.

    But hey, “somebody did something” on September 11.

      I have heard on good authority that she has many times gotten down on her knees in front of her brotherhusband. No, you haven’t. The whole point of the criticism she’s taken on this is that her “marriage” to her brother was fraudulent, and existed on paper only. The whole time she was supposedly married to him she was actually living with her real husband, the father of her children, the one she recently dumped for her heathen toyboy.

      The whole pretense that she had divorced him, married the brother, then divorced the brother and remarried the husband, was done for some purpose, almost certainly a dishonest one, and the most likely explanation is that it was done to get the brother into the USA.

It would end with no one caring.
That depends entirely on whether they prayed in Arabic, from several strategic spots in the aircraft. Yeah, Muslims praying on an airplane has associations that go back long before the horror of 9/11. co-Entebbe-ugh.

And, yes, most Americans would simply not notice. That is not necessarily a good thing, though there are plenty of non-fundamentalist Muslims.

    AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to GWB. | April 18, 2022 at 5:25 pm

    Yep. Most Americans wouldn’t notice. They are too busy being goat roped by TSA while Kablooyee Ochbar and his friends are marching through with box cutters.

    randian in reply to GWB. | April 18, 2022 at 7:23 pm

    there are plenty of non-fundamentalist Muslims

    The problem is you don’t know which ones will decide that the reason for any problems in their life is insufficient adherence to Islam. You don’t know which ones will hear the message to “stop being an apostate” from their imam or their Muslim friends (no devout Muslim has non-Muslim friends) and decide that strict adherence to Islam is good. That makes any but a trivial population of Muslims dangerous to everybody else, and only a fool would import more of them.

    Strelnikov in reply to GWB. | April 18, 2022 at 7:51 pm

    The radical Muslim cuts off your head while the moderate Muslim holds your legs.

IDK,,there is something about hurtling through the sky in a tin can that brings out the best, and the worst of us all… I had a flight with such terrible turbulence, I grasped the (offered) hand of a stranger… I still remember that, and I am profoundly grateful…

If it was a charter flight, how did she end up on it?

    Milhouse in reply to Davod1. | April 19, 2022 at 11:48 am

    She didn’t. She wasn’t on it. But charter flights are not generally full of the same group. Usually they have a lot of passengers who simply signed up for the flight to save some money or because it was convenient.

Obviously, Omar, her family and the rest of her heathen co-religionists will ultimately end in hell.

“I would find the singing annoying…”
Singing actually did drive me from the church. When I was about 13 years old (1967/68), the RC church introduced folk singing to some masses. Number one, I hate folk singing. Two, I had been taught the the mass was set in stone by the word of God, and Vatican 2 changes already didn’t sit well with me. (Remember, I was thinking like this by the time I was 10!) I was not accepting of what I considered a radical alteration of the mass.
I went to mass one day with my little brother (my parents used to send us alone). I walked into the church and saw the little red light of the guitar amplifier up near the alter, turned around, and never went back. Set me on the road to atheism. (Although that transformation took more than 3 decades.)

    D38999 in reply to DaveGinOly. | April 19, 2022 at 12:37 am

    That makes me sad as a cradle Catholic maybe eight years your junior.

    Milhouse in reply to DaveGinOly. | April 19, 2022 at 11:40 am

    Dave, based on your comment you may find this book interesting.

    Me, I like folk singing. I ride the NY subways all the time, and although it’s illegal to perform music on board a train, there’s almost no enforcement so it’s a regular occurrence. Most of the time I find it annoying or worse, especially when it’s loud brass instruments in the confined space of a train car, but from the very short clip of this incident it sounds like I’d be fine with this. My conscience wouldn’t allow me to sing along, but I’d enjoy hearing it. PS: I like Christmas music too, it’s a guilty pleasure, and if the words are secular I do sing along.

Muslims praying on a plane would alarm no one.

It’s other things Muslims might do on a plane that wouldn’t end well.

I wonder what she’d have to say about a Christian minister (or a rabbi) singing from the belfry.

Perhaps Ilhan can refresh my recollection:

How many times have Christians flown airliners into buildings?

How many times have have Christians used airliners as an instrument of terror?

George_Kaplan | April 18, 2022 at 11:40 pm

Oddly enough Ilhan’s opposition to an event that occurred at the beginning of the month has suddenly made it internationally newsworthy. There’s also no hint that it may actually have been a charter flight.

For myself, silence is golden. I’d much rather just watch movies and ignore everyone around me, but it doesn’t look like easyJet provide in-flight entertainment. While some Christophobes have suggested some of the passengers look like they wanted to hurl themselves out the exit, that could be due to spending hours on a plane with no space and nothing to do.

Amazing that this ignorant Somali princess doesn’t see the difference between Christian songs of love and Islamic calls for world. Domination.

Ive sat on a plan at Erbil listening to the pilot say a Muslim prayer over the PA before taking off. This woman is, deliberately, pig ignorant.

This FRAUD lied on its immigration form and yet it and its family is still in the USA. OUR REPUBLIC IS DOOMED! THIS TRASH NEEDS to be sent back to its 3RD world shit_ehole, so called family included. BTW, prosecute the people that helped.

    Milhouse in reply to willford2. | April 19, 2022 at 11:50 am

    This FRAUD lied on its immigration form

    No, she did not. She came her as a child, and did not fill in any forms.

Ms. Omar, my bottom line is I would prefer you to be a Christian, because faith in Christ is the only thing that saves. However, if you choose to pray to a false God, then that is on you. I don’t have a problem with you praying on an airplane, so long as your prayer is not that of a Muslim suicide-bomber.

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