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Woman Who Abused Muslims Confronts Them Again - Never Expected This

Two women shared a nasty exchange in a Walmart parking lot, and a video of the incident went viral. The women got national attention, and one woman even lost her job over the debacle. Now, police say the two women have come together to let bygones be bygones.

It all started last month when Leyla Hassan and Sarah Hassan, two Muslim women, parked their car in the parking lot of a Walmart outside of Mapleton, North Dakota. They parked extremely close to the car of Amber Hensley, who couldn't open her door to get in.

Hassan posted a video online of Hensley losing her temper. "I'm an American!" Hensley ranted. “We’re gonna kill all of you. ... We’re gonna kill every one of you f--king Muslims."

Hensley was bombarded with attention over the harsh comments and had to shut down her social media accounts. The woman was berated for her xenophobic comments, who many viewed as death threats to the Muslim women.

The company for which she worked also started getting phone calls and emails complaining about their employee, and they immediately fired her. “Horab & Wentz does not agree with or support the statements expressed by Amber Hensley in the recently posted video,” the company told BuzzFeed.

“She does not reflect the views of Horab & Wentz.”

Hensley began apologizing during interviews with the local media, but she explained that the video doesn't tell the whole story. It only starts, she says, after the Hassan sisters insulted her and her religion first.

"When I asked her to move she refused. I asked her again, and she swore at me, calling me a fat bitch; to that, I informed her that I was a Christian and asked her if she knew who Jesus was. She said fuck Jesus and I lost it! But there are absolutely no excuses. I am in tears with regret and will take any form of punishment deemed fit,” Hensley explained.

Many have blasted Hensley for trying to make excuses for herself after saying there were no excuses for her behavior.

“We don’t want her arrested,” said Leyla Hassan. “We just want everyone to know the truth.”

Fargo Police Chief David Todd arranged a meeting with the women and helped them reconcile their differences.

"I want to put before you an example of what can be accomplished even though mistakes were made and unfortunate words were said," Todd wrote in a Facebook post.

"With an openness to reconciliation, these women have come together and talked through this incident and expressed their sincere regrets, apologies and most importantly - forgiveness to each other."

The post featured a picture of the officer standing next to the three women. Hensley has her arms around the Hassan sisters.

“I want to thank these women for allowing us to facilitate their interest in getting together in order to work through this for the betterment of themselves and our community,” the officer concluded.

Source: A Plus
Photo: YouTube, WDAY, Facebook

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