Would you rather live next to a big Mosque, or would you rather live next to a gun shop? To put things in perspective, read below about a Muslim man who was threatening people’s lives if they didn’t accept the Koran that he was giving to them.
Can you imagine the outrage from the media if a Christian tried to hand out Bibles while threatening people that they would die? You are not going to believe what this Muslim man did:
A man is jailed on a charge of terroristic threat Wednesday after threatening to impose the death penalty on several people who refused to take copies of the Quran, Denton police say.
Peshwaz Azad Waise, 28, was arrested just after 8 a.m. outside of the Denton County Courthouse after several run-ins with police that morning and the night before.
Denton police said officers responding to a call for assistance Tuesday night were stopped by Waise, and that he was speaking irrationally and making comments about God and Allah. Since Waise was not in violation of any law, the officers continued responding to the initial call for help, police said.
Police with the University of North Texas were later called to a disturbance at the IHOP restaurant on the southeast side of campus where they found Waise speaking “irrationally.” Police didn’t reveal what he said, but they did confirm he was issued a notice of trespass and asked to leave UNT property.
Read more: NBC DFW