Discussion in 'Religion and Ethics' started by Tank, May 6, 2011.
Muslim leaders say they were taken off Tenn flight - Yahoo! News
At least the TSA did not grab their crotches...so they have that going for them.
Pilots in Command are responsible for the safety and security of their aircraft. If a passenger acts in a way that creates an unsafe environment for the other passengers or the aircraft like drunkenness, not fastening safety belts, standing up in the isles, disrupting other passengers, the Pilot has every right to return to the gate and remove that passenger or passengers.
Now, the race hustlers are quick to defend the Imams here because they are Brown people. But as we've seen in the past, Muslims have done dry runs of hi-jackings just to see what they can get away with and to draw out and identify the Federal Air Marshall on the flight.
We don't have all the information yet, but I'd bet the Imams were disruptive in some sort of way.
"It's racism and bias because of our religion and appearance and because of misinformation about our religion." Rahman said. "If they understood Islam, they wouldn't do this."
Oh, we understand plenty.
Whatever....we are just getting used to there being no fairness or rightness in air travel anymore.
I love how the same people so quick to jump on airport security for messing with people for no reason, are already jumping to conclusions about what these Muslims might have done to get kicked off the plane.. . It couldn't possibly be that these men were mistreated by an airline, could it? Oh, that's right.. they're Muslims!
Do Hi jackers usually wear traditional clothing, and do they usually teach at American Universities?
Of course some will defend these people, because they were only asked to get off the plane because they were Muslim.
Am I the only one, when seeing the name Zaghloul, thought of this:
Sounds like setting the airline up for a harassment lawsuit and a big payday.
I don't understand how that is setting them up?
Separate names with a comma.