Obama’s Jihadist Refugees Found GUILTY Of Terrorism In U.S., Ignored By Media For THIS Reason…

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June 3, 2016, marked one of the biggest trials of Muslim refugees turned would-be jihadists in United States history. It ended with guilty verdicts for four and guilty pleas for six others in Minneapolis, MN. The trial was completely unnoticed by the mainstream, establishment media and completely overshadowed by the Pulse-Orlando terror attacks.

Minneapolis has a significant Somali refugee population and this is not the first time that these Muslims have attempted to go back to Africa or the Middle East in the hopes to fight for one terrorist organization or another.

If this trial did anything at all, it was to highlight that Minnesota has a SIGNIFICANT terrorist problem brewing among the Somali refugee community. Suspected Muslim terrorists have been pouring out of the Twin Cities area for some time.  Many accused of trying to join ISIS, as is the case in this latest example.


According to Breitbart:

“Originally ten local young Muslim men of Somali descent were hit with terror charges, but six of those charged pleaded guilty and waived a trial. Now, the remaining three, Mohamed Abdihamid Farah, 21; Abdurahman Yasin Daud, 21; and Guled Ali Omar, 20, were all found guilty after a three-week trial. A fourth Minnesota Muslim, Abdirahman Bashir, turned state’s witness and provided key evidence to convict the three.  The guilty verdicts all carry a possible life sentence.”

Something worthy to note though according to Scott W. Johnson of the City Journal, the local Muslim community does not blame the convicted jihadists for their actions, instead they blame an out-of-control government, claiming persecution. They state that this country is intent on sending innocent Muslims to jail. Johnson describes the intense security the government had arranged for the safety of all, yet in spite of the high level of security one of the brothers was still caught trying to smuggle six-inch-long scissors into the courtroom. This same man was also seen casing exists and elevators for escape routes from the courtroom. He was eventually banned from the courtroom until the trial was officially over. He was not the only one to be dismissed from the courtroom as many others showed a desire to disrupt the courtroom proceedings. Johnson also noted that he witnessed the hijab-wearing girlfriend of one of the defendants attempting to beat up her boyfriend’s mother because he was cooperating with the authorities. It seems the sentiment of these disruptors was held by many and not at all unusual as Johnson found an attitude of suspicion pervading the Somali community as a whole.

Johnson stated, “Perhaps most shocking to me was what utterly ordinary members of the Minnesota Somali community the defendants and their friends appeared to be. So far as I can tell, Somali culture is alien and hostile to the United States. Many among the local Somali community considered the defendants to be persecuted innocents entrapped by the government. It would be unduly charitable to characterize the attitude as willful blindness.”


Last year a video made rounds showing Somalis living in Minnesota insisting that they would much rather be subject to strict Sharia Law than to live under the American legal system. The media, of course, has been completely silent regarding this.

There are an estimated 100,000 plus Somali immigrants in Minnesota alone, that doesn’t take into account other heavily populated areas of concentration throughout the United States. They have been brought and resettled here by the Federal government and frankly given what is known of their culture the attitude is not all that surprising.

The government claims to have noticed at least a dozen young Somali men missing from the region over the past decade or so and has even arrested many others. Some on numerous occasions. All are suspected of trying to travel to Syria or Africa to join the jihad and fight against America.


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