Grand Theatre at Minneapolis International Airport

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    Disengaging the roadblocks that make it harder for radical Islam to carry forward its plans for the U.S.

    On a Wing and a Prayer
    By Debra Burlinggame, Opinion Journal
    December 6, 2006

    Today, MAS Executive Director Mahdi Bray says his organization wants more than an apology. He wants to "hit [US Airways] where it hurts, the pocketbook," and, joined by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), will seek compensation for the imams, civil and federal monetary sanctions, and new, sweeping legislation that will extract even bigger penalties for airlines that engage in "racial and religious profiling." An investigation by the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties is under way.

    for full article:
    http://www.opinionjournal.com/editorial/feature.html?id=110009348
     
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    Oh boy you knew it was going to happen. It was a stunt to get headlines and start a lawsuit. I know how about we STOP MAKING EXCEPTIONS FOR MUSLIMS PERIOD!!!

    I say screw the muslims. They don't like being singled out? Why then tell their worldwide brethren to stop the islamic terrorism. I have no sympathy for them. They are muslim first, then arab, then their tribe, then their family, and lastly, if at all, Americans. It's enough to consider detention as was practiced against Japanese-Americans during WWII.
     
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    Yes it is idiotic that there is a suit, in all likely hood the Imam's case will be thrown out, if not the suit will probably go in favor of the airline, and the "sweeping legislation" is probably just a bunch of hot air. The "investigation" is probably just a show.

    and thank God no one is listening. You are talking about nearly one sixth of the planets human population. If they were seriously united against America we would be in pretty deep shit. Forunately the ones who are against the US are also deeply fractured along sunni/shia lines.

    CAIR has openly decried the terrorist actions of Islamic militants several times. They say it and you will probably say that it is just some kind of facade, but they have said it often. Several Muslim clerics have spoken out against the violence. Unfortunately many of those cleics were killed by
    the militants that they opposed. The militants do not give a shit what other muslims say or think about the violence.

    Obviously.

    Purely rhetorical dogma, first of all not all muslims were tribal, second not all muslims are arabic, third that entire statement is just so much bull-shit unless you have access to objectively measured levels of patriotism in every single Muslim-American.

    Oh yes because that worked out just fucking swell.
     
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    As you have verified, this whole business is grand theatre. We all would hope that the results will be as you forecast, but I would not be too certain of the outcome. What will the decision be if the Muslims have chosen to test their case in a court administered by an activist liberal judge?

    Radical Islam is zeroing in on playing politics as a means to advance their cause in the U.S. I wouldn’t be a bit surprised to see more of these manufactured cases in the future. [/QUOTE]
     
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    Well it does seem that they are not just going to get to sue, without being looked at more closely:

    http://www.startribune.com/191/story/866867-p2.html


     

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