Foreign Government Just Issued A DIRE Warning About Ilhan Omar

It certainly seems as though Democrats have a habit of mingling with other nations problems, even though you would think they’ve already witnessed and learned enough of what happened in Ukraine and Afghanistan under Joe Biden.

Well, now Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar’s visit to the disputed Kashmir region in Pakistan has drawn India’s ire and may spark another war.

The Kashmir territory has been fought over between countries for decades now, with Muslim-majority Pakistan and Hindu-majority India being the forerunners and sworn enemies towards one another. Presently, the region is made up of territories controlled by Pakistan, India, and China, however both India and Pakistan claim that have full rights to the territory.

Reuters reported Omar’s visit to the Muslim-majority region and said it needs more attention:

At the place where she is standing, it is written (translation):

On the Pakistan side-

“What is our relation with Kashmir
That there is no God but Allah”

On the Indian side-

“Religion does not teach us to fight.
We are all Indians and India is our country”

Shame on Ilhan Omar.

Here’s what the Muslim lawmaker stated about the de facto border dividing the part of Kashmir held by Pakistan and that held by India:

“I don’t believe that it [Kashmir] is being talked about to the extent it needs to in Congress but also with the administration.”

“On the question of Kashmir, we held a hearing in the foreign affairs committee [of Congress] to look at the reports of human rights violations.” 

India criticized Omar’s foray into foreign affairs wherein she met with leaders of the Muslim-majority nation.

Arindam Bagchi, India’s Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson blasted Omar:

“She visited a part of J&K currently illegally occupied by Pakistan. If such a politician wishes to practice her narrow-minded politics at home, that may be her business, but violating our territorial integrity in its pursuit makes this ours. Condemnable.”

Sources: WesternJournal, The Associated Press, Reuters


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