DAILYKENN.com -- St. Paul, Minnesota is a destination for Muslim insurgents under the guise of seeking refugee status. Somalis, in particular, are finding sanctuary in the St. Paul-Minneapolis area.
They are making it a sh*thole city and, it appears, St. Catherine University is becoming a sh*thole college.
Moonbat leftists unload a guilt trip on those sane enough not to welcome Islamic insurgents.
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A 19-year-old former student at St. Catherine University allegedly set several fires across campus Wednesday in retaliation for U.S. military intervention in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to charges filed Friday.
Tnuza J. Hassan, of Minneapolis, allegedly told police that “she wanted the school to burn to the ground and that her intent was to hurt people,” according to the complaint charging her with one count of felony first-degree arson filed in Ramsey County District Court.
According to the charge, Hassan said similar attacks happened on “Muslim land” and no one cared if Muslims were hurt. She told police and fire investigators, “You guys are lucky that I don’t know how to build a bomb because I would have done that.”
No one was hurt in the incident that began about 11:40 a.m. with the first reported fire, and ended about 2 p.m. with Hassan’s arrest on campus. Ramsey County jail records show that she was arrested at the school’s Jeanne d’Arc Auditorium at 2004 Randolph Av.
Hassan made her first appearance in court Friday afternoon, where bail was set at $100,000. She was also ordered to stay away from the campus and surrender her passport.
Hassan wore an orange jumpsuit under an apparent makeshift hijab that consisted of a black face covering that exposed only her eyes and what appeared to be a large white sheet draped over her head.
Assistant Ramsey County Attorney Margaret Galvin said that authorities are investigating possible international ties to Hassan.
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