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Reader comment on item: Should airport security procedures include ethnic and religious profiling?

Submitted by Lily Miss (United States), Nov 15, 2006 at 19:12

I have been a member of Costco for many years and also a person who attempts to remain conversant with events, both here in the US as well as globally. It is only common sense to profile by race, nationality, appearance, religion and actions ALL those seeking entry to an airplane!

Good Grief! How could anyone think differently after 9/11, when EVERY single terriorist was not only Muslim but of Middle Eastern race and Islamic background! Who else would have committed such a horror? Where is plain old common sense when it comes to safeguarding anything in the USA? If my Doberman dog killed even one child in my neighborhood, ALL Doberman dogs would be shunned, so how can anyone with any sense deny profiling along racial, religious and/or national background?!

What is wrong with those of you who are blind to what Islam plans for America? The Muslims themselves have even told the world they intend to wipe the USA off the face of the earth, and yet some people are going to stand by like dummies are let them?...


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