And my fear is growing.
Remember the flying imams? Back in November 2006, six imams left an Islamic Conference and boarded an airplane in Minneapolis, USA. Before departure, the imams prayed loudly in the departure area, loudly criticized the United States in English, switched seats and sat in 9/11 hijacker formation, and requested seat belt extenders and then placed them under their seats. In short, the imams terrorized the other passengers.
Because of the complaints from frightened passengers, the imams were eventually taken off the plane and not allowed to fly. They are now suing the airlines.
There is a surprise … they seek to sue – not only the airlines – but the passengers! ?!?! Who is the victim here?
This marks an insidious turn in the ongoing PR campaign launched by radical islam to dhimmify the infidel (that’s you and me, in case you haven’t been paying attention.) It resembles the cartoon crisis, but without the riots. And, like the cartoon crisis, it is calculated, manufactured.
“The imams’ attempt to bully ordinary passengers marks an alarming new front in the war on airline security. Average folks, "John Does" like you and me, initially observed and reported the imams’ suspicious behavior on Nov. 20. Such people are our "first responders" against terrorism. But the imams’ suit may frighten such individuals into silence, as they seek to avoid the nightmare of being labeled bigots and named as defendants.”
Another interesting detail in this case: one of the imams, Omar Shahin, gave a presentation at the Islamic Conference and his topic dealt with manipulating the media.