Proof Ilhan Omar Is Qatari Asset?
December 3, 2019 | by James G. Dalton
Political activist and investigator Michael Coudrey has shown documents that he says further validates his claim that Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar was a Qatari asset.
Coudrey provided airline records and information he said proves a “secret meeting” happened between “Canadian businessman Alan Bender & Qatar intel officials.”
“I have obtained leaked confidential records from intelligence sources in Qatar. They prove the secret meeting between Canadian businessman Alan Bender & Qatar intel officials, further validating the claims of Bender in regards to @IlhanMN being connected to Qatari intelligence,” he said.
I have obtained leaked confidential records from intelligence sources in Qatar.
They prove the secret meeting between Canadian businessman Alan Bender & Qatar intel officials, further validating the claims of Bender in regards to @IlhanMN being connected to Qatari intelligence. https://t.co/1PCYgus2Oh pic.twitter.com/9Ac60Qu6Yb
— Michael Coudrey (@MichaelCoudrey) December 2, 2019
In an email addressed to Coudrey the informant showed him, what he claimed was a “First Class ticket for Alan Bender paid for by Qatar Amiri Diwan.”
The informant also showed a photo he claimed was a “white & rose gold Rolex watch gift from Mr. Mohammad Al Masnad.”
Mohammad Al Masnad has been described by The Times of Israel as “Qatar’s Spy Chief.”
The Federalist Papers was not able to independently verify the veracity of this information.
If the information is accurate it would prove that the meeting between bender and Qatar, in which Bender said Rep. Omar was named as an asset, did take place.
“They groomed her and arranged the foundation, the grounds, for her to get into politics way before she even showed interest. They convinced her,” Bender said of Rep. Omar.
He said that in 2017 she had a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan where she swore her allegiance to him when she was a state representative.
“The best thing money can buy is American officials, because they are the cheapest of the cheapest-costing officials in the world,” he said Qatari officials said to him.
The office of Rep. Omar has denied the allegations and, like everyone, she deserves the presumption of innocence until, and unless, proven guilty.
“Since the day she was elected, Saudi Arabian trolls and mouthpieces have targeted Omar with misinformation and conspiracy theories,” a spokesman for Rep. Omar told The Post.
“The latest, outlandishly absurd story from a Saudi-funded media outlet is of course false and only the latest in that trend,” he said.
“The only people Rep. Omar represents in Washington are the people of Minnesota’s 5th District,” the statement said.
“She will continue to speak out against human rights violations around the world – whether it is war crimes in Yemen or the caging of children at our border – regardless of who commits them,” he said.