Allie Shah

Allie Shah

Reporter | Features
Phone: 612-673-4488
Allie Shah writes about healthy living and wellness issues.

Recent content from Allie Shah

Bomber urged Muslims to ‘do jihad in America’

The killer, thought to be a Minnesota native, left a farewell message encouraging young Muslims to fight unbelievers wherever you find them.

Updated: November 01, 2011, - 01:30 PM

Reflecting on foods of our ancestors

Robert Karimi is a man on a food mission.

Updated: October 28, 2011, - 07:07 PM

Sherburne County jail's ban on head scarves draws protests

Amina Farah Ali, recently convicted on terrorism charges, has been eating meals in her cell in protest.

Updated: October 27, 2011, - 11:03 PM

Oct. 20: Rochester women guilty of aiding Somali terror group

Amina Farah Ali and Hawo Mohamed Hassan were immediately taken into custody, joining other Minnesota Somalis convicted in a wide-ranging federal investigation into alleged recruitment and fundraising for Al-Shabab.

Updated: October 20, 2011, - 11:14 PM

Terror trial goes to jury

Supporters of the Somali women charged in the case rallied at the courthouse.

Updated: October 18, 2011, - 06:23 AM

Minnesota Liberians celebrate Peace Prize

In nation's largest Liberian community, pride and elation were everywhere.

Updated: October 07, 2011, - 10:07 PM

Karen leader's daughter fights for his freedom

The St. Paul woman launched a human rights campaign, fearing he's being held by Myanmar's military.

Updated: October 07, 2011, - 12:01 AM

Defendant in Somali terror case changes stance on standing

Amina Farah Ali agreed to stand Wednesday in court, but judge's sanctions have stirred passions about her views.

Updated: October 05, 2011, - 10:34 PM

Terror suspect resists the rules of court and jail

Judge gives Amina Farah Ali, right, more jail time on contempt counts.

Updated: October 05, 2011, - 06:55 AM

Somali leader tours famine relief program

The Feed My Starving Children organization shipped 272,000 volunteer-packed meals to Somalia this summer to aid the 750,000 people on the brink of starving to death.

Updated: September 23, 2011, - 09:37 PM

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