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This time, it was the small town of Faribault, population 23,000 about 50 miles south of Minneapolis, that was terrorized.In a July 25 article, the Faribault Daily News reports that a complaint filed in Rice County Court alleges that Somalia native Abdinzak Ahmed Farah, 29, was in the Third Street NW area in downtown Faribault on July 12, pointing a knife and threatening to kill anyone who called police.
Michael Cain, an attorney who has recently represented about 10 Somali women in cases involving internet harassment, says in a tight-knit, connected community where reputations are negotiated in lively online discourse, trying to contain the damage from an abusive post can be hard.
Witnesses told police Farah was told to leave a second time, but later began chasing several people and threw the knife at them.
A male witness confronted Farah about chasing people, at which point he threatened to kill that person and threw the knife to the ground.
In June 2014, four Somali men threatened to rob a 15-year-old at knife point if he didn’t “lead me to the money” after conniving their way inside the boy’s house by offering to give him a ride home. Their supporters continue to say Somalis are an asset to the communities in which they live, and supporters of refugees in general say they are less violent than the average American.
All four were arrested and charged with felony attempted robbery. from Somalia with his mother and six siblings as ‘refugees.’ (Photo: Twitter/The Lantern)Aisha Ibrahim, a/k/a Amina Ali Ahra, is a Muslim refugee from Somalia, charged with simple battery for attacking a family simply because she didn’t like their American flag. “The refugee industry used to repeat the shibboleth that no refugee has been implicated in terrorism,” says James Simpson, an expert on the refugee resettlement industry and author of the book “The Red-Green Axis.” “Since Trump was elected, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been able to break out the facts suppressed under Obama,” he added.