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Somali Muslims in Minnesota are agitating on behalf of savage jihadists in Kenya. For one, think of the brutal torture and murder of mall shoppers in the Westgate Mall jihad. Kenya is under bloody siege by jihad militias. And yet members of the Twin Cities’ Somali-American community  gathered at the state Capitol after Friday prayers to express “solidarity and demand justice for relatives in Kenya” waging jihad ….

It should trouble every American that we are importing whole Muslim communities from jihad nations like Somalia that stand shoulder-to-shoulder with jihadists who are holy-warring against our democratic allies.

“SOMALIS ARE NOT TERRORISTS” MUSLIMS GATHER IN FRONT OF STATE CAPITOL DEMANDING U.S. GOVERNMENT INTERVENE IN KENYA’S COUNTER TERRORISM CRACKDOWN WHAT THEY DESCRIBE AS ABUSE OF SOMALIS (MINNESOTA) (thanks to Halal Pork Shop)

After members of the Twin Cities’ Somali-American community said their afternoon prayers Friday, they gathered at the state Capitol to express solidarity and demand justice for relatives in Kenya.

Reports from human rights groups, news stories and communications with relatives describe abuses against Somalis in Eastleigh, a suburb of the Kenyan capital of Nairobi that is known for its large Somali population.

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As part of an ongoing counter-terrorism crackdown, Kenyan security forces launched house-to-house searches in Eastleigh last Monday. They forcefully snatched people from their bedrooms in the middle of the night, put them in trucks and took them to jails and detention centers.

Thousands have been arrested and scores expatriated to war-ravaged Somalia, according to news reports.

Jibril Afyare, an activist who organized the demonstration, said the event was meant to raise awareness and ask the U.S. government to intervene and stand with Somalis in Kenya.

“The Somali refugees and Somali-Kenyans are under siege,” Afyare said. “They’re detained illegally in mass numbers. We demand the Kenyan government to stop the human rights violations and crimes against humanity.”

AMERICA HAS ALREADY DONE ENOUGH INTERVENING TO HELP SOMALIS BY ALLOWING THEM TO COME LIVE HERE AND SPENDING MILLIONS IN WELFARE PAYMENTS AND TRYING TO FIGHT JIHAD THEY BROUGHT WITH THEM.

Pamela Geller is the Editor of PamelaGeller.com