Woman Has Shocking Response After Muslim Girls Yelled Two Words At Her

A woman was sitting in a store parking lot, where she was shopping with a sister and her friend. When another woman spotted the three Muslim women, she flew into a racist rant against them. The rant was filmed by a Somali immigrant and the woman ended up losing her job due to her outburst.

Somali immigrant Sarah Hassan was at the Walmart in Fargo, North Dakota on Tuesday with her 20-year-old sister, Layla, and her 23-year-old friend, Rowda Soyan. The three Muslim women encountered Amber Hensley when she complained that they parked too close to her car. That's when all hell broke loose.

Hassan called Hensley a 'fat b--ch', by her own admission. This caused the dispute between the women to escalate. The 21-year-old Somali immigrant pulled out her phone and began filming because she began to fear what might happen.

Hassan posted the video to Snapchat, and it was later posted to Facebook by Hukun Dabar, director of the Afro American Development Association. The video captures Hensley flying off the handle, shouting that she's an American. She told Hassan, "We're gunna kill all of ya, we're going to kill every one of you f--king Muslims."

When the video got media attention, Hensley posted an apology to the women at Walmart. "It was not a Christian like thing to do AT ALL and I wish I could take it back, but I lost my cool and I can't," she wrote.

"I just wish that the whole video could be shown," she added. "And the things that were stated before she starts taping."

Hensley explains that she asked Hassan to move her car, because she was parked so close to Hensley that the woman couldn't get in. Hassan refused to move the car, and called Hensley a 'fat b--ch'.

Hensley then decided to preach Jesus to Hassan, asking the Muslim woman if she'd met the Christian Savior. Hassan reportedly uttered 'f--k Jesus', and that's when Hensley says she 'lost it'.

In the wake of the video going viral, Hensley has shut down all of her social media accounts.

Hassan has accepted Hensley's apology, noting that anyone can have a bad day. She told WDAY 6 that she posted the video because she wanted to raise awareness about what Muslim people have to face on a regular basis.

"I wanted everyone to see what happens to us every day," Hassan said. "I was so scared."

Hensley's employer wasn't as forgiving. According to the company, as soon as the video became viral, hundreds of phone calls began pouring in to alert them of their employee’s behavior. The company issued a statement saying that the secretary was fired.

"Horab & Wentz does not agree with or support the statements expressed by Amber Hensley in the recently posted video. She does not reflect the views of Horab & Wentz. Ms. Hensley is no longer employed with Horab & Wentz effective immediately."

Source: Daily Mail
Photo: Snapchat

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