There's a side of me that definitely thinks that hate-mongers such as what he appeared to be ought to be given a choice. Instead of a jail sentence, offer him the possibility to surrender his passport, and be given a one-way ticket to an islamic country of his choice, where he can become a 'productive citizen' (whatever that means, in this context) once they agree to take him.
It's one thing to tolerate people with very different points of view (even if very offensive) who don't actively want to subjugate everyone around them, and another to keep playing nice with individuals who have been brainwashed and slowly turning into the sort of person that cannot be negotiated with. Time and time again, there are examples of such persons taking matters into their own hands in order to serve whatever faith they believe so strongly. They consciously exploit any loopholes they can find in the democratic systems of Western countries to their advantage, for the sole purpose of the advancement of their cancerous beliefs... I dunno. There must be times we need to draw the line and have the balls to say "Enough is enough". Maybe that's why Trump's message resonated so much with many people. He didn't care about being politically correct and said out loud what so many were thinking.
Given how many people were the victims of terror attacks in France in the last two years, it's a bit difficult for me to feel empathy for this person (if what they claim about him turns out to be true)