Man Chokes, Assaults Female Goodwill Employee. Small Detail, He's Muslim...
Well, here's something you don't see every day. A Methodist man trying to convert a female employee at a Goodwill. If by Methodist we mean Muslim, and if by convert we mean violently assault.
Bilal was later tased after charging another officer that arrived on scene. After the tasing, the officer was eventually able to corral Bilal into handcuffs. The suspect then began to kick the officer repeatedly with both legs, causing authorities to shackle his legs.
“He violently grabbed her around the neck and just was punching and whatever he could to her,” she said. “A bunch of employees came out to keep him away from customers.”
It is believed that Bilal had beaten a female worker at the store and grabbed her by the throat prior to officers’ arrival. Bilal reportedly had become upset while attempting to convert the employee to Islam.
The part where he tried to convert a female was the surprising thing. Generally the Ahmeds and Mohammads (or in this case, Bilal) have other plans for ladies (see ‘Big Bang Theory’ Star Calls Out Feminist Hypocrites: STOP Ignoring Islam’s Abuse of Women and Muslim Kidnaps Woman for “Bringing Shame to Islam…”). So what a welcome plot twist this man wasn't trying to rape the woman, but convert her to the enlightened Islamic ways. The choking and beating was just part of a red tag sale.
But Islam is just as bad as Christianity. To say otherwise makes you an intolerant Islamophobe who probably has a Jesus fish on their bumper. It's a hate symbol. Pesky Methodists might invite you to a potluck. Requiring you make potato salad. Damn carbs and mayonnaise ruin everything. But an Islamist, they'll accost you while you're looking to bargain shop for busty romance paperbacks, then choke you out for not understanding their ways. At least you were spared the Jesus talk at that potluck! Where two or more are gathered in my name, there is a chance Bilal will rape or choke you.
Welcome to Islam. Not at all the same as Christianity. Here, an intro course: