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Minnesota Man Shows Muslims How He Really Feels

Minnesota seems to be a state with a rising problem between Muslim refugees and local residents. One Minnesota man is fighting back in a unique way. For around eight months, he has been driving around with something that shows he is not afraid of Islam.

The driver, who was not named, was able to get the message through the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. The man's license plate reads, “F MUSLMS."

The Department of Public Safety blames human error and promised to fix the issue with their personalized plate approval process. The state’s liberal governor, Mark Dayton, said “I am appalled that this license plate was issued by the State of Minnesota. It is offensive, and the person who requested it should be ashamed. That prejudice has no place in Minnesota.”

In November, many of Dayton's citizens protested his plan of bringing in swarms of Muslim refugees from Somali. He basically told his constituency that if they don't like it, they can leave. It's no wonder there is such animosity and pain in the state.

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