By Bob Owens
Rasheed Abdul Aziz proclaimed that he was a Muslim who wanted to “slay infidels.”
When a white supremacist attacked a predominately black church in Charleston, SC earlier this year, murdering nine, it made national news for weeks.
When an armed Muslim man walked into an East Texas church this past Sunday threatening to “slay infidels,” a mainstream media more obsessed with political correctness than protecting the public ran away from the story.
Authorities say a man who was arrested for making threats against an East Texas church, allegedly did so citing God as the reason for his actions.
On Sunday at 2:10 p.m., the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office received a call from the Corinth Church located on FM 346 near Lake Palestine.
The caller said an unknown black male was wearing a camouflage helmet, camo pants, tactical vest and boots entered the church around 2:00 p.m. The caller also stated they could see what appeared to be a pistol in his pocket. The man was later identified as Rasheed Abdul Aziz, 40, of Flint.
According to the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office, witnesses said the suspect appeared distressed and stated he was a man of Islam, and that God had told him to “slay infidels.” …read more
Source:: Bearing Arms