Glenn Beck took a page out of Michele Bachmann's playbook while coming to the beleaguered congresswoman's defense this week. He blamed the ethical mess she finds herself in on those damn Muslims -- in particular, Minnesota's Somali population. SEE ALSO: MN secession petition: Glenn Beck to be first ... More >>
Photo: RanoushThe U.S. Department of Education has agreed to launch an investigation into anti-Muslim harassment at schools in St. Cloud and Owatonna, and the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said it welcomed the news. "Decades after the beginning of the civil r ... More >>
Obama and Rybak discussed ways to combat radicalization of Somali youthMinneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak joined Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker and Columbus, Ohio, Mayor Michael Coleman at a White House meeting on Tuesday to talk about coping with terrorist groups recruiting people on American soi ... More >>
Photo: DEA via WikipediaHere, chew on thisA 37-year-old Maryland man was arrested over the weekend at Chicago's O'Hare Airport after luggage inspectors discovered he was trying to smuggle about 80 pounds of khat that he later told interrogators was destined for the Somali community in Minneap ... More >>
What kind of food do you feel like eating this weekend? Chinese? Italian? How about Nepalese, Cambodian, Mexican, Somali, Dutch, Egyptian, Filipino, Turkish, Ukrainian, or Polish? Actually, you can sample all of the above and more at this weekend's Festival of Nations, the international food ... More >>
James Scott MillerJames Scott Miller, the 49-year-old New Hope man who said on Craigslist he'd be happy to use Somalis as target practice, pleaded guilty yesterday to making terroristic threats. Jailed since March, he worked out a deal in which he faces a faces a possible maximum 90 days behi ... More >>
So far, Muslim students in the Minneapolis and St. Paul schools have not come to CAIR with the kinds of complaints it hears from elsewhere in the state.
James Scott Miller said he'd be happy to use Somalis as "target practice."
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Wardere found himself in hot water last Election Day when, while working as a translator, he was accused of interfering with voters.
Young Somalis talk about violence in their adopted home of Minnesota.
The thermometer was sinking down below the zero mark, but that didn't stop a huge gathering of concerned Somalis and Seward residents.
The three victims, cousins Abdifatah and Mohamed Warfa, along with Anwar Mohammed, where buried on Friday.
The deaths are the second, third and fourth homicides of the year in Minneapolis.
Video footage has authorities backing away from earlier assertions that the shooting was a robbery attempt.
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Minnesota's very own fly in the ointment of airline security platitudes is ready to lampoon the Transportation Safety Administration. Again.
New York Times reveals concerns over al-Qaeda-inspired terrorists blowing up the President.
That's likely going to make for slow airline travel for Somalis in the Twin Cities.
The Associated Press is reporting that a man from Somalia tried to board a flight last month with the same materials associated with the Nigerian terrorist.
It certainly wouldn't be out of the question, especially considering that Detroit was targeted.
Federal prosecutors unsealed the charges against the men today. That brings the total number of Minnesota men charged in the Somali terrorism probe to 14.
U.S. Special Forces killed a man Monday in Somalia suspected of being a link between al-Qaida in Pakistan and the militia targeted for recruiting Minnesota Somalis to return to fight.
Another man has pleaded guilty in the ongoing investigation into Americans who disappeared and returned to Somalia to fight with a militant group.
Some of the Somali men who are at the center of an FBI domestic terror investigation had no clue they were being recruited to a terrorist organization, according to court documents.
An event this weekend attempts to educate non-Somalis and the press about Minnesotan Somalis.
Our sister paper, Village Voice in NYC, obtained a firsthand account of a M/V Maersk Alabama crewmember that weaves a great tale of battling the Somali pirates as they attacked their vessel April 8.
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At least a dozen young men who attend a Minneapolis mosque have been called to testify before a federal grand jury.
A St. Cloud legislator's bill would require full exposure of the head and face in driver's license photos. A Somali group says the proposal would violate their freedom of religion.
The Global Business Center, a Somali shopping center on Lake Street, celebrates its grand opening today. Check it out -- the cardamom tea will be delicious!
This week the Department of Homeland Security launched an outreach effort with Minnesota Somalis. One of the goals of the program's is to prevent radicalization of immigrant groups.
After a wave of shootings has taken the lives of several Somali men, local Somali students listened to a message of non-violence Wednesday at the University of Minnesota.
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Teenagers on the North Side getting gunned down. Rich versus poor. Lake Harriet versus Plymouth Ave. The blame game. Keith Ellison, savior/demon. Murderapolis, summer 2006. Somalis on the defensive. Bar fights, street hassles, the basketball hoops taken off the backboards at Painter Park, which has ... More >>
Declaration of total chaos Somalia's founding fathers wannabe founding fathers convene in...Nairobi Everybody loves a constitutional convention. The wise men full of altruism and profound insights on human governance. The debates over the public good. The brawling with chairs and walking stick ... More >>
In the past year, Hennepin County District Court Judge Kevin Burke has heard a handful of cases concerning khat. "I'd say it's more like alcohol," he hazards. "I'm a little hesitant to say, 'Don't worry about khat.'