Ami Horowitz is a thought provoking filmmaker who took a lot of heat for exposing the truth about the horrific, violent “no-go zones” in Sweden in one of his recent documentary films. Horowitz is also very controversial because he doesn’t shy away from asking tough questions of the people he randomly interviews on the streets.
In fiscal year 2014, Minnesota took in 2,232 refugees, according to the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement. Almost half of those were from Somalia.
In the video below, Ami took to the streets in the Cedar Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis, MN to talk a variety of Somali Muslim immigrants. Ami posed several questions to a large variety of random Somali Muslim immigrants. He asked young boys, teenagers, middle-aged men and even an older woman their thoughts on how they felt about living in the United States, and if they’d rather living back in Somalia. Horowitz also asked if they would prefer to live under Sharia Law or American laws. Their answers may surprise you.