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Plight of Passengers

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Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Aug 29, 2006 at 10:55

Wahabi, I agree with you 100%. These Muslim passengers did this purposely. I am glad the Dutch arrested them for causing panic among rest of the passengers on the plane and hopefully they learned a lesson. But, I doubt that very much. One can expect to see this behaviour more often.

It was similar to the incident of three Muslim medical students in a restaurent somewhere in south in USA a few years back. A waitress, a middle aged lady, overheard them talking about 9/11and saying we haven't seen nothing yet implying more of these kinds of attacks in future. The waitress reported to the authorities and the students were arrested while driving away but denied saying any of those nasty things and blaming everything on discrimination against Muslims. Of course they were released and the poor waitress was subjected to humiliation - as if she was the one who lied. This incidence fits the Muslim behaviour very well, lie and deny, the standard operating procedure...


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