Most of us have either tried to witness about our faith or had someone try to convert us to their religious affiliation. That is why the case currently being investigated by the Department of Homeland Security is so interesting. A young man caught the attention of the DHS after he started witnessing to people at a local Goodwill.
The DHS then got a warrant to search his apartment on North Tillotson Avenue last Wednesday.
In the search warrant request, the agent said, “I believe Bilal showed signs of radicalized behavior in the March 25, 2017, incident and is a danger to the community.”
Homeland Security confiscated a Canon camera, Dell Inspiron laptop, Apple MacBook, and travel documents after confirming the young man in question was a student at Ball State University.
Here is the real zinger. According to the DHS, both Christians and Muslims or any religion for that matter can be considered “radicalized”. That’s why this story merits more investigation. It's only going to be a matter of time and the implications are terrifying… More on the next page.