Skip to comments.On a Wing and a Prayer
Posted on 12/06/2006 5:21:58 AM PST by rellimpank
Grievance theater at Minneapolis International Airport.
Allahu Akbar! Allahu Akbar! Allahu Akbar! Allahu Akbar! Those are the words that started it all. Six bearded imams are said to have shouted them out while offering evening prayers as they and 141 other passengers waited at the gate for their flight out of Minneapolis International Airport. It was three days before Thanksgiving. Allahu Akbar: God is great.
Initial media reports of the incident did not include the disturbing details about what happened after they boarded US Airways flight 300, but the story quickly went national with provocative headlines: "Six Muslims Ejected from US Air Flight for Praying." Yes, they were praying--but let's be clear about this. The very last human sound on the cockpit voice recorder of United flight 93 before it screamed into the ground at 580 miles per hour is the sound of male voices shouting "Allahu Akbar" in a moment of religious ecstasy.
(Excerpt) Read more at opinionjournal.com ...
Allu Akhbar- also the last words on the cockpit tape of the Egyptair flight the homicidal/suicidal captain rode into the North Atlantic several years ago.
Bless Debra and comfort her in this time of another terrible tragedy in her life.
If you are ever around when something like this is going on Just start repeating in a loud voice Jesus Christ is my Savior. If others will join you I balieve the Muzzies will get the message.
First time I've heard someone suggest it, wish I had thought of it first !!!
Excellent article and a great reminder that they are still out there and they still want to kill us.
Next time I travel, I will make sure I have a pocket recorder with me. Assuming, of course, that I fail to notice beforehand that the stinking savages are on board the same plane as me.
If I hear that, it's the same as hearing "Tora! Tora! Tora!" as far as I'm concerned....Jihad words.
Techno-lightweight question...do I assume that camera cell phones can also record sound (such as with that Michael Richards rant)? Eventually, they'll get caught "on tape" with their antics.
Yes, they do. However, are cell phones allowed on the plane?
Actually, the co-pilot of the EgyptAir flight said "Tawakilt ala Allah" 11 times, which means "I rely on God".
Wow, so it turns out that contrary to many published reports, these 6 Imams did not merely "pray" in the waiting area, they engaged in a variety of provocative and suspicious acts onboard the plane, including ignoring their assigned seats to sit in the pattern of the 9/11 hijackers (that CANNOT have been accidental) and 3 of them requesting "seatbelt extenders" despite no evident need for them and then not using them as seatbelts but rolling them up and placing them at their feet as though holding them in preparation for some other use.....
These clowns are propagandists working to (1) weaken airline security, (2) promote Islamist issues, and (3) win some huge $$ settlement.
That's an excellent article. Thank you for posting it.
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