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“When she came charging….”
A family in Atlanta said they were attacked by a Muslim woman in a full burqa using their own American flag on their property because the woman was apparently upset that they were flying the flag, according to Fox5 Atlanta.
— Aungelique Proctor (@aungeliquefox5) June 1, 2016
Dami Arno told Fox5 she was in her garage talking to her daughter when all of the sudden Amina Ahra came out of the woods nearby in a burqa, grabbed their American flag off their mailbox and charged at them.
“A lady walked out of our woods in a full Burka, full attire, stares at us for a minute, then grabs my American flag off of my mailbox and charges towards us with it, just swinging it with all her might,“ the wife and mother said.
“When she came charging, it was kinda like momma bear instincts kicked in. She had to protect her children,” daughter Brittany Arno said.
Arno said she grabbed her flag from Ahra and the two began fighting, until her 17 year-old daughter jumped in to help. Arno’s 14 year-old son apparently grabbed the family gun just in case.
Eventually, neighbors in the area saw the fighting and ran over to help Arno out. While the local police were on their way, neighbors apparently held Ahra down, with Arno saying the Muslim woman seemed possessed.
“I have friends who have fought and died for the red, white and blue,” Arno said. “When she took it down, it was not disrespect, it was not a slap in the face, it was a punch to the gut.”
Ahra is being charged with two counts of simple battery and is still in the local county jail.
Watch Fox5’s segment on the alarming attack here:
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