DRAMATIC Video Shows Muslim on Student Visa Violently Attack State Trooper, Forcing Officer to Shoot (VIDEO)

Dramatic video was captured on a police officer's dashcam after an Arizona State Trooper was called for a man trespassing.

The man, Mohammed Ahmed Al-Hashemi who was a 25 years old Muslim student who was here in the U.S. on a student visa, was reportedly causing a disturbance at the Islamic Community Center of Tempe. He even went on to knock over a street sign and then started walking down the middle of the road.

When the officer approached Al-Hashemi, he ignored the officer's orders to pick up the sign and get out of the street.

Al-Hashemi then turned and walked up to the police car and kicked the car's grill.

When the state trooper, Hugh Grant, got out of his car, Al-Hashemi began attacking the officer, hitting and even kicking at him.

While Grant tried to exercise non-lethal force against the man, he eventually had to pull out his weapon and shoot him, killing Al-Hashemi.

Thankfully, the trooper only suffered minor injuries to his head and face and is resting at home. The woman who was with the trooper was a member of the group Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). Fortunately, she didn't suffer any injuries.

According to ABC News,

An Arizona state trooper shot and killed a Qatari man who was in the U.S. on a student visa after he violently attacked the officer patrolling for drunken drivers along with a member of the group Mothers Against Drunk Driving, authorities said Friday.

Grant feared for his life and the life of a woman riding along with him as a member of the group also known as MADD. Police often allow private citizens and journalists to come on “ride-alongs” while they patrol.

“When he began to realize this was escalating, he was trying to keep her out of danger,” Milstead said.

Watch the dramatic dashcam footage (shots fired at the 2:38 mark):