Don’t try any of that “convert or die” crap in Trump’s America.
A Muslim Ball State University student has been sent back home to Saudi Arabia after he violently tried to convert store employees and customers to Islam earlier this year.
Khalid Sulaiman Bilal, 24, was deported this week following an investigation into the matter by the Department of Homeland Security, according to The Muncie Star Press.
The incident occurred in late March when police, responding to the disturbance, had to use a taser on Bilal in order to subdue him after he tried to break the hand of one officer and charged at another.
Before police arrived, he punched and attempted to strangle a store employee and threatened to kill everyone in the premises if they didn’t convert.
The Star Press reported:
Bilal was charged with 15 crimes – including five counts of battery resulting in bodily injury to a police officer, three counts of resisting law enforcement, and attempted strangulation and intimidation – in connection with the March 25 incident at the Goodwill store….According to police reports and documents filed by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Bilal tried to “forcefully convert people to Islam” after entering the Goodwill store, at times threatening to kill everyone in the building.He was also charged with battering and choking a store clerk, vowing to kill her if she did not convert to Islam. Witnesses said he repeatedly shouted, “Allahu Akbar!” as he struggled with police officers.
But the news wasn’t all bad for Bilal. After he was deported, prosecutors dropped all 15 criminal charges against him.