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Detroit Bound Muslim Pulled Off Plane

From those defenders of the faith at Reuters:

Man threatening Jews hauled off flight in Miami

January 7, 2010

MIAMI (Reuters) – A man who described himself as a Palestinian and said he wanted to "kill all the Jews" was hauled off a Detroit-bound Delta Air Lines flight in Miami and arrested, authorities said on Thursday.

The plane was taxiing away from the terminal at Miami International Airport on Wednesday night when 43-year-old Mansor Mohammad Asad of Toledo, Ohio, began making loud anti-Semitic comments and chanting, apparently in Arabic, Miami-Dade police said in a statement.

"I’m Palestinian and I want (to) kill all Jews," he said, according to witnesses.

The pilot returned the aircraft to the terminal and a Taser device was used to "neutralize" Asad after he charged an arresting officer, the police statement said

Police said Asad faced several criminal charges including threats against a public servant and disorderly conduct. The Delta plane departed for Detroit following a thorough security sweep.

There was no mention as to whether Mr. Asad was accompanied by any obnoxious harridans in loud pink clothing.

The good news is that it should be pretty easy these days to get a flight to Detroit these days.

This article was posted by Steve on Thursday, January 7th, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

16 Responses to “Detroit Bound Muslim Pulled Off Plane”

  1. proreason says:

    We must withhold judgement until all the facts are in.

  2. Reality Bytes says:


    I rather we take The Kid from Brooklyn’s advice & initiate “At Delta, Every Day’s Bat Day!”


  3. NoNeoCommies says:

    Thank God (not the minor moon diety, Allah) that PC has not completely taken over airline security.
    When that happens, people that do what is alleged here will be upgraded to first class; not tossed off the plane.

  4. Reality Bytes says:

    I found this link to an alternate Airline Security Method


  5. puhiawa says:

    “Delta Airlines, Let Allah do the flying.”

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  7. wardmama4 says:

    Makes one really truly want to rethink (seriously) any plans to fly to Detroit!

    • Right of the People says:

      Why on God’s green earth would anyone want to go to Detroit on purpose? The entire city is a ghetto and Dearborn is like Beruit. The whole area would be a good site for a nuclear waste storage facility.

    • Rusty Shackleford says:

      All thanks to your UAW voter base

  8. RightWinger says:

    I guess tomorrow CAIR lawyers will have their typical press release about how this profiling of Muslims must stop at once.

  9. wirenut says:

    How ignorant can muslims be? Detroit has already been laid to waste by progressives. Talk about the dung of allah. I’m going to give some “heads up” or “off” advice.
    If you want to wreck stuff that is already destroyed, stay home and read your Koran. Leave the wrecking stuff that works, to the progressives. They are professionals. Jeesh!

  10. puhiawa says:

    He will be secretly released like all these Muslim hate cases. Innocent by Muslim. The privileged class.

  11. The Redneck says:

    It’s another “Flying Imam.”

    He’ll have a big sob story, and then launch a major lawsuit funded by “mainstream” islamic organizations, until Delta has been thoroughly punished for protecting its passengers from muslims.

  12. Liberals Demise says:

    Perhaps he is just as lonely as poor ol’ Farook Abu Shithead.

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