How Imams Terrorized An Airliner

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    http://www.washtimes.com/national/20061128-122902-7522r.htm

    How the imams terrorized an airliner

    By Audrey Hudson
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES
    November 28, 2006

    Muslim religious leaders removed from a Minneapolis flight last week exhibited behavior associated with a security probe by terrorists and were not merely engaged in prayers, according to witnesses, police reports and aviation security officials.

    Witnesses said three of the imams were praying loudly in the concourse and repeatedly shouted "Allah" when passengers were called for boarding US Airways Flight 300 to Phoenix.

    "I was suspicious by the way they were praying very loud," the gate agent told the Minneapolis Police Department.

    Passengers and flight attendants told law-enforcement officials the imams switched from their assigned seats to a pattern associated with the September 11 terrorist attacks and also found in probes of U.S. security since the attacks -- two in the front row first-class, two in the middle of the plane on the exit aisle and two in the rear of the cabin.
     
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    Such a peaceful demonstration of terror at work . . . at play . . . on planes . . .

    And next . . . in our schools . . . ooooops, too late - they already did that one too.

    They will probably sue, and use the money to make more peaceful gestures.
     
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    And to think I was called "spiteful" on another thread when I posted that I'd probably have confronted them and notified the authorities. Humppfff..:D
     
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    Just to be fair, this does not 'prove' your innocence

    . . . in order to not be 'spiteful' against muslims you must be cleared by the muslim zealots . . .

    Or, cleaned by the Blood of Jesus Christ.

    I think the Blood is a little stronger.

    God bless

    Wayne


     
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    Yep. But how "spiteful" of us to think so. :rolleyes:
     
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    Spite, or integrity . . .

    any way you add it up . . . they were not being peaceful good neighbors.

     
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    Is it not a telling fact on the decline of America, that five muslims, praying loudly and asking for seat belt extensions, can spook us to this degree?

    Even if it was a set-up, what are we doing, acting like sheep over something like this?

    Does anyone in the world really thing terrorists would advertise their intentions this way?
     
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    Of course not.

    That means they were being deliberately provocative

    That's good enough reason to toss them off the plane, just like they would a loud obnoxious drunk.
     
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    Barbarian asks:
    Does anyone in the world really thing terrorists would advertise their intentions this way?


    But they took them off the plane, on that pretext.

    Would you have tossed Christians off the plane for praying loudly and asking for a seatbelt extension?

    If so, no problem. But the issue of "security", that was the problem. And make no mistake about it, you don't call the FBI for drunks. The "provocative" excuse was dreamed up later.

    If they were actually interfering with the flight, or intruding on other passengers, that would be sufficient.
     
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    And I appreciate that detail to attention.


    Yes -- if Christians were known to hijack planes in the name of religion and fly them into buildings. When they do so, let's toss them off.

    Better on the ground than in the air. It's a little difficult to do the tossing there.
     
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    If all their other actions were the same, absolutely.
     
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    http://www.breitbart.com/news/2006/12/01/D8LOC15O0.html

    Perhaps this would fix things.....

    Regards,
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    That would be too reasonable. Or so I would have predicted. Providing Muslims with an alternative way to meet their obligations without scaring Auntie Millicent, sounds like a great idea to me. I'm pleasantly surprised that such a calm and rational alternative is possible today in spite of the hysteria.
     
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    muslims do not need an alternative way to be peaceful. they do need to start being peaceful.

    If you recommend giving them an alternative way to be militant . . . I reckon you know where I stand on that.
     
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    Heh, he said "reasonable".


    Well, I hope you're right that Muslim prayer rooms in airports will cause an end to all their jihads.
     
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    Originally Posted by The Galatian
    That would be too reasonable. Or so I would have predicted. Providing Muslims with an alternative way to meet their obligations without scaring Auntie Millicent, sounds like a great idea to me. I'm pleasantly surprised that such a calm and rational alternative is possible today in spite of the hysteria.

    If you think praying loudly on an airplane is a "jihad", I think we've identified the problem here.
     
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    Well talking about reasonable people coming to a Christian country and wanting to cause trouble . . .

    Since they do not wish to be part of a Christian country, send them all back home. Let them pray loudly where they will not scare aunt millie . . .
     
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    YOU said it was "a rational alternative" to calming hysteria.


    So are you suggesting the prayer rooms in airports will end the REAL problem of praying loudly on airplanes?


    In other words, will your prayer rooms prevent another 9-11?
     
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    That last line caused me to think....

    Let's toss off the terrorists from airplanes....
    5,000 feet up! With no parachute!!!
     

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