The picture below shows you just how they have enriched the state of Minnesota.
MINNESOTA, ONCE MORE ON THE FRONT LINES OF TERRORISM
Not many years ago, the idea of Minnesota as a hotbed of Islamic terrorism would have been laughable. No longer: a mass immigration of Somalis has put Minnesota on the front lines. Authorities estimate that 15 or more Minnesotans have traveled to the Middle East to join ISIS.
At least two of them have died there. The second, Abdirahmaan Muhumed, was reported yesterday by local media. Muhumed was 29 years old and had nine children. He had no criminal record and formerly worked for Delta Airlines at the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport:
Multiple sources tell Fox 9 News that, for a time, he worked at a job that gave him security clearance at the airport, access to the tarmac and unfettered access to planes.
Muhumed won’t be coming back, but apparently there is no legal obstacle to his fellow American jihadis returning to the U.S. Some in Congress are trying to fix that problem.
But isn’t the issue far broader than the potential return of a few known jihadis? According to this Pew report, immigration of Muslims to the U.S. approximately doubled between 1992 and 2012, to around 100,000 per year. Currently, according to Pew’s numbers, more than one-half of all Muslims in the U.S. are immigrants (1.7 million between 1992 and 2012).