Minnesota victim speaks in case of roving Somali gangs in upscale neighborhood


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“I don’t think people realize how bad it is in Minnesota and what type of backdrop we have here.” (victim)

Lake calhoun map The upscale neighborhood at Lake Calhoun is only 5 miles from the Cedar Riverside Somali enclave  in downtown Minneapolis.

We first mentioned this incredible scary story a couple of days ago pointing out that the mainstream media never reports news like this nationally, but here we learn from World Net Dailyreporter, Leo Hohmann, who spoke with the primary target of the confrontation as at least 20 Somali men (self proclaimed jihadists) swarmed a neighborhood outside of Minneapolis, what happened on THREE separate occasions in the escalating “jihad” on a lakeside community.

***Update***A reader tells us to call the FBI, here, to report crime and terror threats!

Many outrageous and frightening things were shouted by Somali men, some of whom were dressed in traditional Islamic robes.

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  1. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/muslims-fined-8000-wearing-burkas-niqab-switzerland-ticino-islamic-dress-a7124586.html

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    Muslims face fines up to £8,000 for wearing burkas in Switzerland http://www.independent.co.uk A controversial Swiss law prohibiting Islamic dress has been used to fine a Muslim convert and a businessman, who protested the ban. The rule, which came into effect in Ticino on Friday, was voted in by referendum and outlaws face-covering headgear. Nora Illi and Rachid Nekkaz, who are prominent campaigners for the rights of Muslims, walked in the streets of Locarno in full Islamic dress soon after the rule was introduced.

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