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Over the weekend, a well-armed Muslim man, decked out in military fatigues and tactical gear, stormed a Texas church and claimed that “Allah” ordered him to “slay the infidels,” and a note found the following day explained a lot about what had happened.
On Sunday, Rasheed Abdul Aziz entered the Corinth Missionary Baptist Church in Bullard after church services were completed and told a deacon he needed to see the pastor for prayer, reported the Tyler Morning Telegraph. However, Aziz wasn’t looking to pray by any means, and after the 40-year-old was face-to-face with Rev. John D. Johnson III, his intentions became abundantly clear.
“Every hair on my neck just stood up,” Johnson said of seeing Aziz for the first time. “It was almost like you could just like feel the presence of just negative energy.”
As soon as Aziz laid eyes on Johnson, he started in on an angry rant, saying that he’s a “man of Islam” who was instructed to “slay the infidels” and kill any Jew or Christian who weren’t abiding by the laws of Islam. As Aziz ranted, the church still had people inside, including small children, so Johnson knew he had to do something to prevent what he believed to be inevitable.
“He said people are going to die today, that’s what he said to me,” Johnson told KLTV. “I believe that his intent was when he came to our church was to actually kill somebody.”
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