Alternative headline: 30 00 strong German Nazi party member community changing MN politics.
That headline wouldn’t be anything to celebrate, neither is the fact that Islamofascists under the guise of a ‘different culture’ are making inroads into the United States. Their ideology is an antithesis to the U.S. Constitution and the unique civil society that brought that form of government into fruition.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — In a neighborhood dubbed “Little Mogadishu,” Mohamud Noor can’t walk more than a block without being stopped by someone who wants to shake his hand.
Juggling two cell phones and a stack of campaign fliers, he chats them up on his bid for a seat in Minnesota’s House of Representatives. They already know. He’s one of theirs.
“You’re going to succeed, keep on going,” Noor said, translating the encouraging words of an elderly Somali woman.
Noor, 36, has been door-knocking, phone-banking and fundraising in a race that could make him the first Somali-born state lawmaker in the U.S. With the backing of many in the city’s growing Somali-American population, Noor is pressing the longtime incumbent Democrat in a hotly contested primary.