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November 29, 2006

The six imams removed from a US Airways flight last week have apparently adopted my suggestion that if they really want to protest the airline, instead of boycotting US Airways, they should start flying it frequently.

The spokesman for the imams - or as I believe it's phrased in their culture, "designated liar" - Omar Shahin, staged a protest at Reagan Washington National Airport on Monday, after which, according to The Associated Press, "he and other religious leaders boarded a US Airways flight to demonstrate their determination to continue praying and flying."

The original six imams removed from the flight last week first attracted attention when they said prayers to Allah on traditional Muslim prayer rugs in the boarding area. After boarding, they changed seats, spreading themselves throughout the plane. They were also overheard spouting anti-American rhetoric. Witnesses said the six men appeared to be either Islamic fanatics or U.S. Army chaplains on leave from Guantanamo.

Following the lead of FEMA in keeping Americans safe, the Homeland Security Department's Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties is investigating the removal of the imams from the US Airways flight. (Talk about coincidences - I'm currently investigating the removal of the Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties from the Department of Homeland Security!)

Imam spokesman Shahin is a great example of why airport security ought to be profiling Arabs. Shahin's predecessor at the Islamic Center in Tucson was Osama bin Laden's financier and head of logistics - until he was arrested in Saudi Arabia in 2002.

Instead of aggressively distinguishing himself from his terrorist predecessor, judging by news reports, Shahin spent the five years after 9/11 denying that Muslims were behind the attacks and complaining of phony anti-Islamic "hate crimes" - as opposed to the pro-Islamic hate crimes he presumably endorses.

In 2003, for example, Shahin alleged that a woman in Arizona had thrown shoes at children at the mosque.

This is the most transparent hoax I've heard since, "If I did it, here's how I would have done it." This is like the joke about a speaker at an American communist rally opening with: "Workers and peasants of Brooklyn!" Shahin has so little insight into this country, he can't even invent a believable hate crime.

It's Arabs who have a thing about shoes being a sign of disrespect, not Americans. When Iraqis toppled the statue of Saddam Hussein, the crowd immediately pelted it with shoes. Saddam installed a mosaic of the first president Bush's face on the ground floor of his palace so that visitors would be forced to disrespect Bush by walking on his visage in their shoes.

Shahin himself couldn't get away from this pan-Arabic shoe fetish, adding: "The incidents of Muslims being attacked kind of shocked me in my shoes." Note to imams trying to fabricate hate crimes against Muslims: Americans don't share your shoe neurosis.

At Reagan National this week, Rabbis joined the Muslims at the prayer protest - though one imagines they did not share this prayer from the Hadith: "And the Jews will hide behind the rock and tree, and the rock and tree will say: 'O Muslim, O servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him!'" In fairness, they usually save that one for the high holidays, like the "Festival of the Six Dead Jews" or "Honor Killing Week."

Nor this one, also from the Hadith: "The Prophet said: 'The Hour will not take place until the Muslims fight the Jews, and the Muslims kill them. The Muslims will kill the Jews. Rejoice! Rejoice in Allah's victory!'" (Is it just me, or might some fanatic twist those words into an excuse to kill Jews?)

Also strange was that the NAACP has piped in to complain about racial profiling of Muslims. The only reason Americans feel guilty about "racial profiling" against blacks is because of the history of discrimination against blacks in this country.

What did we do to the Arabs? I believe Americans are the victims in that relationship. After the attacks of 9/11, profiling Muslims is more like profiling the Klan.

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Actually, she has a point this time.
 

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She did have a decent point here. Although the whole thing with the Muslims getting back onto the planes and flying more is a good shot for them. I should throw my shoe at my old arab girlfriend if I ever see her...didn't know about that.
 

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she really is a man?!?!!?

oh not those results
 

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i thought she had that golf ball removed from her throat...my bad...

anyway, if they were "overheard" spouting anti-american rhetoric on an airplane, with one way tickets and no checked baggage while praying to the east with a gigantic towel on their head and a beard reminiscent of moses', then i guess people might get a little bit suspicious. if you want to be anti-american, #1, please dont do it in america, although to an extent, there are no laws against it, and #2, please dont do it on an airplane...especially if you're muslim, and you just finished praying...
 

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I'll repeat, We should offer a one way ticket to the homeland and banishment to anybody who says they think the USA is terrible. Win win here people. People who hate it are gone, and it will show those who talk smack about it that are here that they are talking out of their ass. Also it will get rid of alot of people that are just stupid and hate this country because they are too lame to make something of themselves.
 

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I'll repeat, We should offer a one way ticket to the homeland and banishment to anybody who says they think the USA is terrible. Win win here people. People who hate it are gone, and it will show those who talk smack about it that are here that they are talking out of their ass. Also it will get rid of alot of people that are just stupid and hate this country because they are too lame to make something of themselves.
 

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Well, aren't you sick of things in Miami (and alot of other places too) that are saying how the USA sucks and that they want spanish to be the main language there? I said nothing racist, it isn't shocking- but there shouldn't be people that bash the country they live in and get to thrive in(if they chose to).
 

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Well, aren't you sick of things in Miami (and alot of other places too) that are saying how the USA sucks and that they want spanish to be the main language there? I said nothing racist, it isn't shocking- but there shouldn't be people that bash the country they live in and get to thrive in(if they chose to).
To some extent I agree with you. For someone born outside of the United States who is not yet a citizen, swearing allegiance or at least refraining from anti-Americanism ought to be a condition to prevent ejection via catapult. We deserve what we get though. Until we wake up and take things seriously, we are headed down a dangerous path.
 

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Actually, she has a point this time.
Yeah.... Every once in a while (s)he makes a salient point.

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I'll repeat, We should offer a one way ticket to the homeland and banishment to anybody who says they think the USA is terrible. Win win here people. People who hate it are gone, and it will show those who talk smack about it that are here that they are talking out of their ass. Also it will get rid of alot of people that are just stupid and hate this country because they are too lame to make something of themselves.
I'm with you in an ideal sense, but where do you draw the line? At some point, any questioning of the status quo could be misconstrued as hating the USA. In McCarthy's time, that could have been half the country, or in Bush's first term, anyone who questioned the Iraq war and was considered unpatriotic.
 

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I would do this. If you are in a protest about America (not the prez), if you think that another language should be prominent other than english, or if you just say you want to go, then BAM- you're out of here for good.

I also think that people who have no ties to their past or homeland that decide to wear the traditional clothing should be shipped out. I see a bunch of black people around here in FL wearing their huge mumu's and hats, and you can tell that they aren't straight out of the boat. I don't go around dressed like a pilgrim or wear a loincloth or dress like the guys from the Ricola commercial.(half german, quarter indian, quarter english). I just think it would get alot of people to shutup because they can't hate too much if they are really able to step up to the plate and leave.
 
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I would do this. If you are in a protest about America (not the prez), if you think that another language should be prominent other than english, or if you just say you want to go, then BAM- you're out of here for good.

I also think that people who have no ties to their past or homeland that decide to wear the traditional clothing should be shipped out. I see a bunch of black people around here in FL wearing their huge mumu's and hats, and you can tell that they aren't straight out of the boat. I don't go around dressed like a pilgrim or wear a loincloth or dress like the guys from the Ricola commercial.(half german, quarter indian, quarter english). I just think it would get alot of people to shutup because they can't hate too much if they are really able to step up to the plate and leave.
You really do spend a lot of time worrying about how other people live their life
 
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