Friday, March 30, 2007

Comforting the Enemy

Some may recall the news story concerning the six imams removed from a US Airways flight last fall. The imams filed a lawsuit against US Airways and the passengers who complained to the airline about the imam's suspicious behavior.

Only in America would these wicked men devise a scheme so ruthless and find support in their host government. Not only did these men clearly have a plan on how to instill fear into their flight crew and fellow passengers, but their scheme is much more elaborate. They wish to instill fear, guilt, and helplessness into all airline passengers.

Their scheme may be more than blackmailing US Airways and their passengers, but they may actually desire to aid and abet Islamic terrorists by creating the precedent that airline passengers cannot and should not notify flight crews of suspicious behavior.

The imam's lawsuit is an outrageous abuse of the judicial system. These men ought to be laughed out of court and their names added to the terrorist watch lists for future air travel.

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