Tuesday, she wished upon three Somali women violent death. Thursday, they hugged


The shocking incident occurred in a Walmart auto park where Ms Hensley claimed the women had parked their auto too close to her vehicle.

"I wanted everyone to see what happens to us every day", one of the women Sarah Hassan, who filmed the rant against her, her sister and her friend, said. Then they got into a parking dispute with another woman, the details of which aren't totally clear, but what is clear is the woman threatened to kill "every one of you f--ing Muslims". She also asked "why are you in our country, anyway?"

"Whenever she gets here, she will be let go."

Authorities say a North Dakota woman has met with two of the Muslim women she was shown threatening in an online video, and all "expressed their honest regrets" and apologized. She said she showed the video to the police, but KVRR reports that no charges have been filed.

Another girl in the vehicle, Sarah Hassan, said, "She started talking about my sister's eyes, because she has like, crossed eyes".

Hensley unleashes on the women again, saying, "Why are you in our country anyway?"

"The way she was staring at me - that was really scary", Hassan said. "The place I felt welcomed".

Amber Elizabeth Hensley was recorded on video on Tuesday by three Somali women as she raged at them in a Fargo, North Dakota, Walmart parking lot. Hassan and her sister attended the meeting with Hensley. 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 f**k Jesus and I lost it.

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She also claimed she had been called a "fat b**ch" by the three women and said this had caused her to act defensively.

She later issued an apology to three women and added "there are absolutely no excuses".

Her apology read: 'I would first like to apologize for the terrible things that I said to the two ladies at Walmart. "I am terribly sorry", Hensley wrote on Facebook. "I just wish that the whole video could be shown", she said.

"I'm an American! I'm an American, and you're not!" says Hensley shouted. "Her views are not ours".

A partner at Horab & Wentz, the Fargo accounting firm where Hensley worked as a part-time secretary, confirms that she has since been fired.

New York Daily News reporter Shaun King said the woman had a bumper sticker supportive of President Donald Trump, and multiple outlets reported her social media pages contained several pro-Trump posts.

Fargo police chief David Todd said: "With an openness to reconciliation, these women have come together and talked through this incident and expressed their honest regrets, apologies and most importantly - forgiveness to each other".

"I just want her to change the way she thinks because we're all human beings", added Sarah.