Immediately following the rapid intake and resettling of Somalian refugees, crime in Minneapolis spiked. Abuse of government funding, murders, theft, and a variety of public menacing strongly correlate to predominantly Somali neighborhoods.
Those arriving from Somalia are accustomed to gang related behavior since culturally tribal behavior is prevalent between clans. Fights and even murder in public areas are common in Somalia. Such incidents that may result in death are oddly “socially acceptable” when there is rivalry or “beef” between them.
Most recently, the mother of a violent Somali gang member who took the life of another Somali gang member and was indicted on murder charges told prosecutors:
My son and the victim had “a beef” that stretched back months.Mother of murderer Mahad Ali
While the death of any individual is horrific, I find the mother’s attempt to JUSTIFY her son’s actions more troubling than the murder itself because it reinforces the notion that the refugees that we are resettling are not assimilating. In their culture, such occurrences occur and are acceptable. A thief’s hand cut off in the middle of a market in a Sharia-run nation is acceptable, in the United States it would be a vicious crime.
18-year-old Mahad Ali was arrested on Monday, October 14, 2019 in the shooting death of one Mustafa Ali, (not related) 25, of Minneapolis. The victim suffered multiple gunshot wounds early Friday evening near N. Aldrich and 23rd avenues, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office said Sunday.
Mahad Ali is not a relative of Mustafa Ali, but is a relative of one of the nine individuals that were arrested for trying to join ISIS. Mahad Ali is part of a clan that rivals with that of Mustafa Ali’s clan back in Somalia.
You would think that the refugees fled Somalia to leave all that malicious and barbaric behavior behind, but they do not. They bring it to the Somali resettlement communities, creating their own societal structures and laws. They even have their own Sharia police.
Apparently, the two are part of clan gangs in the area of Cedar Riverside that lay claim to the area around Karmel Mall. Somalis, especially clan members affiliated with Al-Shabab, are extremely territorial. According to the Minneapolis PD, their territory has expanded most recently to the North Side.
It’s important to note that the victim’s gang suffered another loss just last month. A high ranking member of the same clan gang’s father was murdered in retribution, staged to look like a home invasion.
The Somali gang problem is incredible and the leadership in Minneapolis and Minnesota in general is allowing it to grow and fester. When people come to the United States as refugees it is because they seek to escape from a nation that considers such acts normal to one that denounces them and offers safety.
It’s obviously no surprise how a person who hates America, is a terrorist sympathizer, and refers to the 9/11 attacks as “some people did some things,” is the representative of the Somali Clan Gang area. It’s alleged that Omar is part of a clan in Puntland in which her alleged REAL father is a top member of the Al-Shabab affiliate group. We haven’t confirmed this information because Homeland Security and ICE citing “ongoing investigations” rapport when asked.
Why are we allowing them to bring their cultural wars to our backyards?
The agencies responsible in screening these refugees must be audited. Minneapolis is a dangerous city due to high gang crime by the people we so graciously allowed entry into our country to offer them a better life. With so many Christians being persecuted in nations we admit refugees from, why are we bringing those with values that are contrary to ours?
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