A young ex-Muslim woman stood up at a recent Milo Yiannopoulos event at the University of South Florida and forcefully denounced anyone who thinks admitting Muslim refugees into the U.S. is a good idea.
“Sarah” said she came to the U.S. three years ago from Kuwait, having fled the Islamic culture and an Islamic marriage. She said, “If you’re planning to bring the Muslims from the land I fled to the land I found, meet me in the next 15 minutes for an a** kicking.”
In an interview after the conference, she said if people want to know what Islam is like, they should go live in an Islamic country, but don’t bring it here. “You’re more than welcome. Become a hostage in Saudi Arabia. Maybe that’ll teach you something,” she said.
She said she feels personally attacked as a woman, because “people who welcome the Muslim refugees into the United States are not taking into consideration what I would go through. I take it personal if they show me that they really don’t care what I had to go through by welcoming my attackers into the place I now call home.”
Ironically, Sarah said the way she learned that there was a different way of life out there besides the Islamic culture she grew up in was through the internet.
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