It is the context of Khalid Sulaiman Bilal’s behaviour that makes this report so flabbergasting, but he is doing what he sees as his personal duty of “good will”; what he did is also what countless numbers of his coreligionists are doing around the world, as they follow the dictates of Islamic texts.
According to Quran 2:193:
Fight them until there is no fitnah and worship is for Allah.
In the Hadith (Sahih Muslim 33):
The Messenger of Allah said: “I have been commanded to fight against people till they testify that there is no god but Allah, that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.”
The good news is that Bilal was deported back to Saudi Arabia before he could inflict greater harm. The bad news is that there are many others like him among us in the West who — in their view — are obligated to subjugate infidels using violence and other methods of conquest.
“Saudi Student Deported After Allegedly Threatening Goodwill Store Shoppers to Convert to Islam”, by Warner Todd Huston, Breitbart, June 22, 2017:
A Saudi Arabian national and former student at Ball State University has been deported after being arrested in March for the alleged violent threatening of shoppers at an Indiana Goodwill store unless they converted to Islam.
Khalid Sulaiman Bilal, 24, was arrested on March 25, accused of threatening people in a Muncie, Indiana, Goodwill store. Police said Bilal was “forcibly” trying to convert shoppers to Islam, Fox 59 reported.
Bilal, charged with 15 crimes, reportedly threatened shoppers, resisted arrest, attacked police, and choked a store clerk, the Muncie Star Press reported.
In March, Fox 59 described the incident vividly:
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.
After a Department of Homeland Security investigation, Bilal was deported…..