He read the koran.
“He said people are going to die today, that’s what he said to me,” said the pastor.
“Aziz first approached a deacon outside the church and asked to see the pastor for prayer,” according to KITV. Had the deacon drawn cartoons of Muhammad? Had the pastor committed some act of “Islamophobia”? Or did Rasheed Abdul Aziz choose the Corinth Missionary Baptist Church for his jihad simply because the Qur’an commands Muslims to fight against and subjugate the “People of the Book” (9:29), a command that doesn’t single out the “People of the Book” who have “poked Muslims in the eye,” but applies to all of them whether they have offended delicate Muslim sensibilities or not?
Forty-year-old Rasheed Abdul Aziz was arrested Sunday for allegedly threatening the Corinth Missionary Baptist Church in Bullard. Aziz had a gun, was wearing a camouflage helmet, camo pants, tactical vest and boots when entered the church around one o’clock.
According to Pastor John Johnson, Aziz appeared distressed and said that god had told him to “slay infidels.”
“He said people are going to die today, that’s what he said to me,” says Johnson.
Johnson says Aziz entered the church through a side door, ended up in the conference room where Johnson and others were.
Jihad Watch H/T: Fjordman