On November 28, 18-year-old Ohio State University student Abdul Razak Ali Artan, a Somali refugee, used his car and a butcher’s knife to attack nine people. The terrorist group ISIS took responsibility for the attack. Artan was shot dead by campus police officer Alan Horujko.
According to reports from students who were on the scene, students were standing outside the building after the fire alarm went off, at which point someone ran a vehicle into the crowd outside the materials science and engineering building. Moments later, that person sprang from the vehicle and started attacking people with a large knife.
Days later, a reporter with Rebel Media caught up with some Ohio State University students and faculty to ask them how they felt about the terrorist act that happened on their campus. Their answers may surprise you. One of the students even went as far as to suggest terrorism is just something we’ll have to put up with in the name of multiculturalism:
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