A Saudi Arabian immigrant and former university student was deported after being arrested for violently threatening shoppers at an Indiana Goodwill. Khalid Sulaiman Bilal, 24, was attempting to “forcibly” convert shoppers to Islam. He strangled a store clerk and physically resisted arrest when police arrived on the scene.
Fox 59 describes the incident in detail:
“Bilal allegedly entered the store and began forcefully trying to convert people to Islam while claiming to be the Prophet Muhammad and trying to place his hands on them. He struck and strangled an employee and told her he would kill her if she didn’t convert to Islam. He attacked responding officers, breaking one of the officer’s hands and repeatedly kicking the other. During the scuffle, Bilal yelled “Allahu Akbar,” a phrase meaning “God is greater” and commonly used by Islamic radicals before a violent attack, according to an affidavit filed by Homeland Security.”
The Department of Homeland Security investigated Bilal after the incident, and eventually deported him. All charges against Bilal were dropped upon his deportation back to Saudi Arabia. Eric Hoffman, the Delaware County chief deputy prosecutor, recommended that charges filed against Bilal be dropped because “the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has deported the defendant back to his native country of Saudi Arabia.”
The “religion of peace” strikes again, with no consequences or accountability to be seen.