And, look who is back—our old standby, the Jesse Jackson of Somali America Omar Jamal—ready with an excuse for an obvious case of Islamic radicalization.
This poor “vunerable kid” (who died in Syria) with limited opportunities apparently grew up here in America, was 29-years-old and had plenty of opportunity to find himself a whole bunch of wives to produce nine children!
From My Fox 9 (hat tip: Megan who tells us that there are plenty of jobs in Minnesota for people who want to work).
And, if there aren’t enough jobs then STOP bringing more Somalis!***
More details about the second Minnesota man who is believed to have died fighting in Syria with the terror group ISIS are emerging, and Twin Cities leaders say his story is an example of a big obstacle for the Somali community.
Those who knew Abdirahmaan Muhumed describe him as an outgoing, gregarious man who was involved in the local politics of the Twin Cities Somali community; however, he was also an angry and frustrated father trying to support 9 children from several different mothers. He did not have a job, and local leaders say that may have led him to seek a different life away from the city of Minneapolis, where he grew up.
Omar Jamal is on the case!
Here comes “community organizer” Omar (the Somali mouthpiece) Jamal to tell us that Muhumed’s radicalization has nothing to do with Islam! For new readers, we have dozens of posts going back to probably 2008 in which Jamal (an illegal alien originally) jumps in with his two cents worth any time any Somali gets in trouble anywhere in America! (Search RRW for ‘Omar Jamal’ and see what I mean!).
At one point, Jamal moved on up and became Somalia’s representative at the UN (Is he a US citizen or a citizen of Somalia?). Wonder what happened to that gig?
They are all “vulnerable” you know!
Somali community organizer Omar Jamal told Fox 9 News that Muhumed’s death brings back painful memories of the young men who disappeared from the Twin Cities and turned up fighting for al-Shabaab in Somalia a few years ago. According to Jamal, ISIS appears to be using the same playbook — recruiting vulnerable young people using videos and social media. So far, he says community leaders haven’t come up with a long-term strategy to compete.
“You have the same combination of vulnerable kids susceptible to crazy ideas, dissolution, giving up hope on achieving the American Dream,” Jamal said. “What’s the alternative to fight against these people? We have to come together and do something about this.”
We can do something if they have given up on the American Dream, let them do their dreaming in Africa!
For background, see ‘Why so many Somalis in Minneapolis?’
***In ten months of fiscal year 2014 we have resettled another 7,326 “vulnerable” Somalis to your towns and cities.