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In Obamaland, “malling” now a risk…..

Leslie Brown

Jeh Johnson, lamenting the fact that he just needs more funding for his department, told those headed to the Mall of America to be “particularly careful”.

Somalians, have settled in the Minneapolis area thanks to our “Anyone-With-a Pulse-Even-a-Low-Grade-Temperature-OK” immigration policy.

Personally, I would recommend bearing in mind any establishments that may be “offensive” to Muslims while you’re there.

I’m thinking Victoria’s Secret is probably not a good place to hang out, what with all of the brazen skin-showing “hussies”. And since music is a “no-no”, to some Muslims, maybe don’t go to any record stores either.

Probably the safest place to shelter yourself at the mall would be Charley’s subs, because you could wrap yourself in ham, or maybe the A&W establishment where you could arm yourself with a pork-laden hot dog.

According to CNN: Al-Shabaab has heavily targeted the Minneapolis area, home to the largest Somali population in the United States, for recruiting. The United States killed the group’s leader in an air strike in Somalia last year, leading Al-Shabaab to vow to avenge his death.

In the propaganda video released Saturday, the group also discussed its September 2013 attack on a mall in Kenya, which left more than 60 people dead.

Johnson said Al-Shabaab’s threats against the Mall of America as well as major malls in Canada and the United Kingdom come as anti-terror officials focus increasingly on stopping “independent efforts in their homelands.”

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