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Ten Unanswered Questions About the Refugee Resettlement Program and Somali Attacker at Ohio State

The story of Abdul Razak Ali Artan’s two and a half years in the United States reveals the many weaknesses of the federal refugee resettlement program. Breitbart News has put together a list of ten unanswered questions about Artan, the Somali refugee who on Monday attacked eleven people on the campus of Ohio State University, first with a car and then with a knife, before he was shot and killed by a campus police officer.

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FBI: Islamic State and Al-Qaeda Cleric Inspired Ohio State Attacker

The Somali college student who used a vehicle and a butcher knife to attack people at Ohio State University (OSU) this week was inspired by the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) and deceased Yemeni-American al-Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, according to the FBI.

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Report: Ohio State Attacker Praised al-Qaeda Leader After Years Spent in Pakistan

Somali college student Abdul Razak Ali Artan resided in Pakistan — known as a breeding ground for Islamic terrorist groups — for seven years before he was admitted into the U.S. and used a vehicle and a butcher knife to attack people at the Ohio State University (OSU) campus on Monday morning, wounding 11 people.

Abdul Razak Artan, a third-year student in logistics management, sits on the Oval in an August 2016 photo provided by The Lantern, student newspaper of Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, U.S. on November 28, 2016. Courtesy of Kevin Stankiewicz for The Lantern/Handout via REUTERS

Republican-Led Congress Oversees Large-Scale Importation of Somali Migrants

The Somali refugee responsible for attacking young Americans at Ohio State University was deliberately imported into the country by the nation’s federal immigration policy–yet the scale and impact of immigration from undeveloped, foreign cultures is still a surprise to some politicians.

Somali Refugees AP

Ohio State President: Attack Was a Car, Knife Attack

Roughly an hour after the shelter in place was lifted at Ohio State University, school president Dr. Michael Drake spoke to reporters and told them the attack that led to the order was carried out with a car and a knife.

Police respond to reports of an active shooter on campus at Ohio State University, Monday, Nov. 28, 2016, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)