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Why aren't muslim passengers not more suspicious of each-other?

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Submitted by Monty (United Kingdom), Aug 26, 2006 at 16:35

After all, if you are an honestly peaceful moderate muslim, and you are boarding with a planeload of strangers, some of whom are also muslim, it is only human nature to be nervous if you, along with them, aren't given special attention from security. Surely profiling is needed to keep those peaceful muslims safe as well? So... Why are they bleating about it? er..... Monty

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