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Friday, August 25, 2006

Yeah? Well Get Used To It

U.S. Family Says Racially Profiled At NY Airport
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The American Civil Liberties Union and a leading Islamic group on Wednesday accused security officials at New York's JFK airport of racially profiling Muslims.

The 20-year-old twin sisters, who traveled home via Dubai, said people from several other flights from different countries were also detained.

"Of the 200 people required to go through this procedure, we would estimate that 98 percent, if not more, were Arab, South Asian or Muslim," Sumia Ibrahim said.

"We really do feel our rights were violated as U.S. citizens," she said.
Okay, as I said in a previous post: I'm Sorry, But You Aren't Allowed To Feel That Way. There have been too many planes flown into too many buildings. There have been too many attempted bombings of too many airplanes. There have have been too many terrorist attacks by too many Muslims for you to have a right to feel "violated" by being checked, double checked, and triple checked at security checkpoints. If you want to blame someone for your trouble, then blame your fellow Muslims who have created the climate of violence and murder that causes people to look at you with apprehension.

The sisters went on to say:
She said she and her sister, who moved to the United States when they were five, were also asked their views on the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
I'm calling you out on that claim girlfriend. LIAR, LIAR BURQHA ON FIRE! We all know that did not happen. These two women are merely following the old Arab custom of lying to save face or make your enemy appear more dastardly. It doesn't matter if a claim is true, as long as it conveys the point they want to make. Read about it here, here, and here.

Look here Arwa, Sumia, and Nagham, until you all care enough to take a loud, uncompromising stand against the Islamofacists, who are the true villians in this story, you have no right to feel put out, put down, put upon, shocked, or dismayed by the actions of a rightfully suspicious public. Especially when they are about to spend a few hours with you in an aluminum tube traveling several hundred miles per hour at 35,000 feet in the air. You don't like the idea of profiling? Well too bad, you better get used to it.


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