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Woman threatens the lives of Muslim women at Walmart — you won't believe how it ends

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The New York Daily News reported that North Dakota woman Amber Hensley was caught on video telling three Somalian women that "every" Muslim would be killed, and as a result, she lost her job.

Hensley was caught on a Facebook video on Tuesday shouting at the group of girls who had parked too closely to her vehicle in the store parking lot.

“We’re going to kill you," Hensley said on the video. "We’re going to kill all you f***ing Muslims."

She asked the young women, "Why are you in our country anyway? Why are you in our country anyway?”

After one of the women in the car called Hensley "racist," Hensley fired back and said, "No, I'm American."

Leyla Hassan, one of the young women in the car, told local North Dakota news station KVRR-TV that Hensley beckoned her to "fix the parking."

“She called me from the window and told me, ‘Come on, fix the parking,'” she said.

Another girl in the car, Sarah Hassan, said, “She started talking about my sister’s eyes, because she has like, crossed eyes. I was like, 'Why are you saying this stuff to my sister?'”

Adding that the discrimination happens "every single day," Sarah Hassan claimed that she began filming Hensley when she started with death threats.

"That’s when I had to take out my phone and I started recording everything there," Sarah Hassan said.

“We consider us as Americans because we live here and we are American,” added Rowda Sowan.

Hensley claimed that the girls’ car was parked too closely to her own, and said that she'd asked the young women to move the vehicle. Hensley reported that the girls called her a "fat b****." She added that she told them she was a Christian, and claimed that she asked them if they knew Jesus.

According to Hensley, one of the women said "F*** Jesus," and Hensley claimed to have "lost it."

In a Facebook message to KVRR, Hensley said, "There are absolutely no excuses. I would first like to apologize for the horrible things that I said to the two ladies at Walmart. It was not a Christian like thing to do AT ALL and wish I could take it back, but I lost my cool and I can’t. I am terribly sorry. I just wish that the whole video could be shown. ... I am in tears with regret and will take any form of punishment deemed fit."

The New York Daily News reported that as a result of her actions, Hensley lost her job as an administrative assistant at a local accounting firm.

In a statement provided to the Daily News, the accounting firm expressed its regrets over Hensley's behavior.

“Horab & Wentz does not agree with or support the statements expressed by Amber Hensley in the recently posted video. Ms. Hensley is no longer employed with Horab & Wentz effective immediately.”

Thursday saw the women in the altercation come together in unity over their heated moment.

Fargo, North Dakota Police Chief David Todd revealed that Hensley met with Leyla and Sarah Hassan, and as a result, the three women have "come together and talked through this incident."

Todd said, "We have some ugliness in our community that needs to be addressed and worked on. However, perhaps we can all take a lesson from what was an ugly unfortunate interaction and how even despite words being said that cannot be taken back, forgiveness and understanding can still be achieved."

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