Flying The Uncomfortable Skies

Yesterday, two Muslim men were removed from a flight originating in Memphis.  Flight 5452 was a commuter flight heading to Charlotte.  These two men boarded the flight in full Islamic clerical garb. 

Passengers felt uncomfortable with those two on board and the pilot returned to the gate, the men were removed and subjected to more screening. 

What happened next?

What do you think happened next?

The men told the passengers, crew and security that they understood the concern people had following the death of Bin Laden and they were sorry their fellow Muslim had killed thousands of Americans on 9/11.   That is what should have

Well Not exactly, I’m just funning Ya.

Instead, they immediately raised a stink about it, calling the terrorist supporting Council for American Islamic Relations.  

One of the men, Masoud Rahman, said “its racism and bias because of our religion and appearance and because of misinformation about our religion. If they understood Islam, they wouldn’t do this.”

Actually, Americans understand Islam quite well.   We remember 9/11.  We remember 7/7 in London.  We remember the attacks in Madrid.  We remember the beheadings and the honor killings. 

For rest of story, please click  HERE

~Steve~ 

Yes, we Americans understand Islam very well.

4 responses to “Flying The Uncomfortable Skies

  1. Yup , these guys and others ike them count on the public’s tendency towards sympathy and empathy and the ease with which they can make some feel guilty

  2. first muslims get out of here! second they should be the only ones being x-rayed,and scanned and strip searched.

  3. I’m not going to lie…if I was boarding a plane and saw what I thought were suspicious looking folks, I’d not get on the plane. There, I said it!

  4. I say ban the camel-washers from commercial flights.

    Let ‘em get around the same way they have for centuries.

    -They can ride camels. :-)

    -Dave

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