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United States Representative

Born: October 4, 1982 (age 38 years), Mogadishu, Somalia

Office: Representative (Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party-MN 5th District) since 2019

Spouse: Tim Mynett (m. 2020), Ahmed Hirsi (m. 2018–2019), Ahmed Nur Said Elmi (m. 2009–2017)

Children: Isra Hirsi, Adnan Hirsi, Ilwad Hirsi

Books: This Is What America Looks Like: My Journey from Refugee to Congresswoman

Nationality: American, Somali

Education: North Dakota State University (2011), Edison High School

Birthday: October 4, 1981

Age: 39 Years, 39 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Libra

Also Known As: Ilhan Abdullahi Omar

Born Country: Somalia

Born In: Mogadishu, Somalia

Famous As: U.S. Representative

Black Leaders Political Leaders

Spouse/Ex-: Tim Mynett (M. 2020), Ahmed Hirsi (M. 2018–2019), Ahmed Nur Said Elmi (M. 2009–2017)

Father: Nur Omar Mohamed

Mother: Fadhuma Abukar Haji Hussein

Siblings: Sahra Noor

Children: Adnan Hirsi, Ilwad Hirsi, Isra Hirsi

Notable Alumni: North Dakota State University

City: Mogadishu, Somalia

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In 2002, Omar became engaged to Ahmed Abdisalan Hirsi (né Aden).

Omar has said that they had an unofficial faith-based Islamic marriage. The couple had two children together.

Omar has said that they divorced within their faith tradition in 2008.

The next year, Omar married Ahmed Nur Said Elmi, a British Somali.

According to Omar, in 2011 she and Elmi had a faith-based divorce and she reconciled with Hirsi, with whom she had a third child in 2012.

In 2017, Elmi and Omar legally divorced, and in 2018, Omar and Hirsi legally married.

On October 7, 2019, Omar filed for divorce from Hirsi, citing an “irretrievable breakdown” of the marriage.

The divorce was finalized on November 5, 2019.

In March 2020, Omar married Tim Mynett, a political consultant whose political consulting firm, the E Street Group, received $2.78 million in contracts from Omar’s campaign during the 2020 cycle.

The campaign’s contract with Mynett’s firm became a focus of criticism by her Democratic primary opponent and conservative critics that received significant local and national media attention.

On November 17, 2020, Omar’s campaign terminated its contract with Mynett’s firm, saying the termination was to “make sure that anybody who is supporting our campaign with their time or financial support feels there is no perceived issue with that support.”

Omar’s daughter Isra Hirsi is one of the three principal organizers of the school strike for climate in the US.

On June 15, 2020, Omar’s father died of complications from COVID-19.

Ilhan Omar is born in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu, the youngest of seven children.

Ilhan’s family fled the country during the Somali Civil War and took sanctuary in a Kenyan refugee camp for four years.
It was the first time I understood what hunger would feel like, what death looked like.

When Ilhan is 12, she and her family move to America in search of justice and democracy.

Ilhan and her family move to Minneapolis Minnesota’s Cedar-Riverside neighborhood – the heart of the Somali diaspora. It becomes the state Ilhan calls home.
Ilhan falls in love with politics while interpreting for her grandfather at Democratic Party caucuses.

At age 17 Ilhan becomes an American citizen.
There is an opportunity for us to be visionary, bold, and loud about what our better tomorrow looks like.

Ilhan graduates with a degree in Political Science and International Studies from North Dakota State University.

Organized for the Vote No Twice campaigns to make love the law of the land and defeat a voter suppression initiative.

Worked as a Senior Policy Aide for Minneapolis City Council Member Andrew Johnson

Elected to MN House of Representatives and increased turnout in Minneapolis and across MN

Elected into US House of Representatives

In 2002, Ilhan Omar became engaged to Ahmed Abdisalan Hirsi, with whom she had a faith-based marriage, as her application for a marriage license was not finalized.

They had two children together, but separated in 2008.

Her second marriage was to British citizen Ahmed Nur Said Elmi, in 2009, but the two ended up having a faith-based divorce in 2011.

Later that year, she got back together with her first husband Hirsi, and welcomed their third child the following year.

Omar and Hirsi were finally legally married in 2018, one year after she obtained a legal divorce from Elmi.

One of her daughters, Isra Hirsi, is a principal organizer of the ‘school strike for climate’ movement.

Ilhan Omar’s grandfather, Abukar, was the director of Somalia’s National Marine Transport.