Nothing to do with Islam.
Related: Muslimaniac Attacks Cockpit Door of U.S. Airline Flight
May 10, 2011 12:07 pm
Those damn Bible-clingers!
All the news that’s fit to fraud. It’s an obamanation! Carry water for the moslim USURPER, and HIS people!
This crap is going to get more Americans killed. It’s ridiculous that the first role of government is to protect its citizens and it’s the citizens who have to protect themselves because the government sides with the enemy. I am sure CAIR is nodding in approval over how this and other recent incidents are being covered by the lefty media.
The leftist in the “news” media must truly think the average American is stupid.
Too stupid to notice patterns of behavior, anyway.
my first thoughts on hearing about the THIRD incident involving planes is that it’s smokescreen.
whatever is up, terroristically speaking is going to happen in a totally different direction/place/situation
Where’s a ball biting Pit Bull when you need one?
Because cockpit doors are un-islamic.
It’s called “controlling the narrative” and the WH has a pretty good handle on it don’t you think??
These people still make it through security – give up the scanners and pat downs and go back to what works – PROFILING!
I’m sure these guys just got waved through the TSA Screening because they are under Orders NOT to cause any Discomfort to Islamists.
Some thoughts on counter-measures:
Shhh….don’t tell the msm, that way no one knows about this.
I tire of the same old stories on the msm, some days and weeks old, yet they can never find time to report stories like this or illegal immigration, Sanctuary Cities and how we feel etc etc.
I pray for a conservative network before I depart this earth.
As soon as I heard the initial report that the perp yelled something “unintelligable” the truth was clear.
Unintelligeable is code for “Allahu Akbar”.
The mainstream media, ya can’t live with ‘em and you can’t live with ‘em.
We should start labeling the exit doors as ‘cockpit’ in Arabic. Just daydreamin’.
Muhammad Atta said: “Shout, ‘Allahu Akbar,’ because this strikes fear in the hearts of the non-believers.” Hmmm….as a conceal carry license holder, the key factor to the use of deadly force is if a “reasonable man” would fear for their life. I guess I now have a reference that should anyone jump up and yell “Allahu Akbar” deadly force may indeed be appropriate from the perspective of a reasonable and prudent person.
shoulda snapped the muzzie bastards neck
Don’t jump to any conclusions lol
There are numerous trial runs in work.
They are testing our reaction for future reference in a real attack.
They are coming soon.
The cowards will pick the softest targets.
We should arm ourselves with both a handgun and a water pistol filled with pig blood. Use the blood first so Muhammed knows he’ll be going to hell after the bullet hits his brain.
You’re kidding! I’m shocked.
Must be some kind of white tea party code phrase.
This isn’t good for my Islamaphobia I hope he was tackled and hogtied in accordance with Islamic law….
Agreed – soft targets are going to be hit – these targets are too difficult. Not going to name possibilities but am maintaining vigilance. Remember Beslan.
It happened in SFO, they will let him off with time served and then sue the Government for lost wages.
Where was the Federal Air Marshall on this flight?
meanwhile the US media is silent while as Muslims around the world were just told that they are now exempt from security measure in airports (see for ex, “US ban security measure against Algerians in airports”)
@Politics of Amy
“….tackled and hogtied in accordance with Islamic law….”
HA HA………..GOOD ONE.
Less than 2% of all flights have FAMs on them. We’re going to have to do the fighting ourselves.
What a fucking surprise!!!!!!
via KathrynReport . . .Prosecutor Says Man Who Tried To Storm Cockpit Was ‘Significant Threat’. American Airlines Boeing 737-800, N864NN, Performing Flight AA-1561
A Yemeni man accused of trying to storm the cockpit of a San Francisco-bound American Airlines flight on Sunday was called a “significant threat” by a federal prosecutor at the man’s first appearance in U.S. District Court today.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Elise Becker asked U.S. Magistrate James Larson at a hearing in San Francisco to order Rageh al-Murisi, 28, held in custody without bail while awaiting trial.
Larson scheduled a detention hearing for Friday to consider the prosecution’s request.
Al-Murisi’s lawyer, Assistant Federal Public Defender Elizabeth Falk, said she will ask for bail and will talk to al-Murisi’s relatives in Vallejo to determine whether they can post a bond.
Al-Murisi was charged in a federal criminal complaint on Monday with interfering with flight crew members on an American Airlines flight from Chicago to San Francisco on Sunday.
He allegedly walked from the back to the front of the plane and tried to open the locked cockpit door by moving the door handles, according to an affidavit filed with the complaint.
The chief flight attendant initially thought al-Murisi was looking for the restroom and twice told him the lavatory was on the left. But al-Murisi then made eye contact with the attendant and began ramming the door with his shoulder, the affidavit said.
After the flight attendant called for help, al-Murisi was subdued and placed in plastic handcuffs by flight attendants and passengers, including a retired U.S. Secret Service officer and a retired San Mateo police officer.
Becker, in asking for custody without bail today, told Larson that al-Murisi was heard to say “Allahu Akbar,” or “God is great,” as he moved toward the cockpit door.
She said an al-Qaeda terrorist who participated in the hijacking of Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001, was heard on a voice recorder to have said the same phrase as the plane plummeted to a field in Pennsylvania.
Becker said al-Murisi had no luggage and was carrying two checks totaling $13,000 on the flight. She said that al-Murisi, who holds a Yemeni passport, had identification showing addresses in New York City and Vallejo.
Outside of court, relatives said al-Murisi had been a math teacher in Yemen and had lived in Vallejo for a time before moving to New York.
Ahmed Almoraissi, 25, of Vallejo, who said he was a cousin, said, “He’s a normal guy.
“He has no intention of hurting anyone. It doesn’t make sense,” the cousin said.
Today’s court session was al-Murisi’s initial appearance, at which he was informed of the charges against him. The crime of interfering with flight crew members and attendants carries a potential sentence of up to 20 years in prison upon conviction.
Julia Cheever, Bay City News