An angry Muslim learned the hard way that you DON’T start fights in Texas.
Ziad Abu Naim, a 42-year-old Muslim, got out of his car in Houston, Texas and started a verbal altercation with another driver. He began swinging and getting violent with the driver of another vehicle, 43-year-old Robert Craig Klimek.
Surrounding drivers feared the worst, due to the extreme anger of Naim. They then heard a single pop, which abruptly ended the altercation.
Klimek, fearing for his life, had pulled out a gun and shot Naim directly in the face.
Mad World News reported that Naim was rushed to Memorial Hermann Hospital, where doctors found that he was partially paralyzed.
He eventually died from his injuries. Klimek was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Naturally, his lawyers are arguing that he pulled the trigger for his own self defense.
Of course, CAIR has already gotten involved, claiming that Klimek only shot Naim because he was a Muslim.
But if anyone looks at the facts of this case, it is clear that it wasn’t a “hate crime” whatsoever.