Somalian Muslims In Minnesota Admit Which Law They Actually Prefer

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Cedar Riverside (also known as the West Bank) is a neighborhood within Minneapolis where at least 45 percent of its residents were born in another country and has the largest Somali population in the United States, due to the federal refugee resettlement program.

The area is also a known exporter of fighters for ISIS and other terror groups.

Fox News went to interview the Somalian Muslims on the streets of Cedar Riverside to learn the truth about how they really feel about living in America and American law.

Every single one of them interviewed in the following video said they prefer Sharia law over American law.   “If you’re a Muslim, of course you want Sharia law,” they say.

They believe it’s ok to kill someone if they insult Mohammad.

They believe it’s perfectly normal to force their daughter to marry someone when she reaches the age of 15.

When asked if they would prefer to live in America or Somalia, they say they would prefer Somalia.

And the most stunning revelation of all is a young man at the end of the interview who admits, “I’m not Americanized, I just speak fluent and I an articulate what I’m trying to say, but as far as my culture and my preferences, I’m still Somalian.”

Fox News also featured another interview on the Cedar Riverside streets in May, where it was stated that they have at least two Islamic schools that teach Sharia law:

 

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