January 28, 2010, - 11:17 am

AGAIN #13: Authorities Ignore Woman’s Report on Suspicous Muslim’s Behavior on Plane

By Debbie Schlussel

This is how I’m going to die.

It’s the same old thing . . . again.  Yet another Muslim passenger on a plane over American airspace acts very suspiciously, a passenger reports it to the plane crew, and authorities.  And they ignore her.  If Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab’s underwear hadn’t caught fire, the same thing would probably have happened with Flight 253.  Ridicule the observant American who notices something wrong, and look the other way.  That’s why I call TSA . . . “Tough S—, America.”

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Religion of Pieces of a Plane

This time it’s on a US Airways Flight from Los Angeles to Philly (a cross-country flight with enough fuel in it to be a bomb), and the Muslim passenger is mocking the Flight 253 Detroit flight fiasco. Then, as the plane is landing, he defies the captain’s orders gets his backpack and enters the bathroom. As I’ve said over and over on this site, there is no coincidence that many Muslim passengers have been testing the system and/or doing dry runs on the last three months. It started with AirTran Flight 297, and it keeps going, because we allow it to, and ignore people like this brave woman who reported it.  I guess, since US Airways settled with the six flying imams, it will never again do a thing to stop them.  And Muslims know this.  Muslim whining versus passenger rights always ends up with the shrill jihad-garbed screaming winning out.  Good luck, America.

This video is the real MUST-WATCH TV (thanks to readers Worry01 and Duane, who sent this, last night):

More:

A South Jersey woman got the scare of her life when she tried to report suspicious activity on board a plane Philadelphia International Airport.

Fox 29’s Dave Schratwieser reported that 12 days after her red-eye flight from Los Angeles, the US Airways passenger is still upset over an incident on her flight, the reaction to it by the flight crew, and the lack of reaction from authorities.

“I was trembling, and I was just completely frightened,” said the mother of three.

She won ‘t soon forget her latest US Airways flight from L.A. to Philadelphia after she encountered a passenger on board who scared the daylights out of her.

“He starts talking to himself. Then he goes, ‘Detroit, huh-huh-huh,’ like that, and it was really, really frightening,” she said.

The woman, who asked to remain anonymous, said the passenger was Muslim and repeatedly made a reference to the latest terrorism incident in Detroit on Christmas Day with the so called “underwear bomber.”

The passenger immediately told a flight attendant, who then told the pilot before the plane even left the gate.

What the flight attendant said next shocked the passenger: “‘The pilot has asked me to ask you if you think we should leave the gate.’ And I looked at her, and I said, ‘What?'” . . .

The flight took off. The woman sat terrified for five hours all of the way to Philadelphia.

Then, just before the plane landed, the pilot ordered everyone to remain seated. The passenger said that’s when the man got up, walked to the rear of the plane and put his backpack in an overhead bin, then went to the bathroom.

“I’m like, ‘This is it, this is how I’m gonna die,'” she said.

No one questioned the woman or the suspicious passenger in Philadelphia.

When she tried to report it to the Transportation Security Administration, Homeland Security, US Airways, even the FBI, she got nowhere

The woman said US Airways told her if the man got through security, there’s nothing to worry about.

Um, didn’t Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab get through security? Yup, “nothing to worry about.”

A TSA spokesperson told Fox 29 that if you have an incident like this onboard a flight you should immediately report it to a TSA customer service person at the airport when you arrive.

Why? So everyone can ignore you and treat you like an anti-Muslim idiot, the way this woman was?

And you wonder why Abdulmutallab was nearly successful. Because authorities would rather look the other way and risk American lives than withstand whines of “Islamophobia.”

With that attitude, more and more Americans will die. And, next time, passengers won’t have the luck of the undiebomb malfunction they experienced on Northwest Flight 253.

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26 Responses

I think the lawsuit USAir settled with CAIR is going to lead to a lot more of these. Unless and until someone is actually in the act of doing something what person in authority person is going to risk a lawsuit by taking action in advance simply because someone is acting suspiciously?

I am generally not in favor of boycotts, but this is different because of public safety. I suggest a boycott (and we should do everything possible to publicize this) of USAir because of the danger they put us all in by settling the lawsuit.

I_AM_ME on January 28, 2010 at 11:28 am

    I_AM_ME – boycotting will do no good. The security of our airports and airlines should start at any road entrance to the airport and not stop until the passengers leave the airport at their final destination. That also means actually having real Air Marshals on all flights. And without identifying the person, the flight attendants should make sure that everybody knows that there is an Air Marshal on the flight. Even let them know that the pilots are packing (even if they are not). We need to make these muslims fear getting on a plane in the U.S.

    Jarhead on January 28, 2010 at 11:43 am

      Bad idea Jarhead. You’ll never cover all flights – there’s 30,000 flights a day. You’d need 70,000 plus agents to cover them all (pairs, plus those on vacation, days off, sick leave, etc.).

      So, if you can’t cover them all, you target them.

      FAM on January 29, 2010 at 9:52 pm

        There are still unspent, unaccounted for billions from BO’s “stimulus.” Gov’t actally COULD create jobs in this case, except their bosses would have ‘em so busy attending sensitivity workshops run by islamists that they couldn’t make many flights.

        impeachthedude on November 4, 2010 at 11:14 pm

The sad part is that if a bomb did go off, we would never have known about the woman’s report. And if it happens again and people are ignored, planes will be falling out of the sky because of lawsuits filed by CAIR like I_AM_ME said above.

Judgment calls (ignorance) by airlines will always be second guessed. Intelligent instructional protocols are the only way to process reported information for prevention, regardless the inconvenience of delays. This is how you ‘know your enemy’, defeating him by intelligence, not death by ignorance. Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab mocked the Detroit incident giving enough evidence to pull him aside. The pilot should have investigated further. The plane should not have left the ground.

There is no such thing as Islamophobia, it is a made up word created by our enemies to lie their way to Allah. They are allowed to lie–al-taqqiya. Phobias are fears of the unknown. It is not a fear if there is a possibility the enemy has the potential to kill you.

I would think USAir would call those authorities in charge and discipline them accordingly, next time do it right, the alternative is possible death by ignorance.

Scott S. on January 28, 2010 at 12:02 pm

From the video link:

USAir told the woman:

“If the man got through security, there’s nothing to worry about.”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/01/23/AR2010012301296.html
Philly TSA worker gone after prank on passenger

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/2010/01/28/2010-01-28_terrorist_would_have_little_trouble_getting_past_tsa_guard_at_lag_bad_snooze_for.html
TSA worker put on desk duty after she was spotted sleeping at LaGuardia Airport

USAir should pay attention to the news.

wtd on January 28, 2010 at 12:24 pm

That LaGuardia TSA worker must have taken her nap cue from big boss, Janet “Nap”olitano . . .
http://news.yahoo.com/nphotos/slideshow/photo//100128/480/8e52510ec0004da6a989ff20fb417c5e/

. . .after all, she must be exhausted
TSA puts 5 on leave after security manual hits Internet
http://www.cnn.com/2009/TRAVEL/12/09/tsa.training.manual/index.html

wtd on January 28, 2010 at 12:42 pm

The flight attendant said she would, “keep an eye on him”, yet she let him get out of his seat against the pilot’s orders. That alone is a breach of security regardless of whether or not he was previously acting in a suspicious manner.

stevecanuck on January 28, 2010 at 1:04 pm

    Steve, right on! That flight attendant (and there were certainly multiple FAs on that flight) should have been all over that guy getting up after the pilot announced the landing protocol. That is enough to hold the guy for Security or the cops at landing. In fact, a couple of weeks ago I was sitting next to a young man who refused to fasten his seatbelt when the pilot announced the landing approach. Man, that flight attendant was all over that guy, threatening to have him escorted off the plane by the cops, etc. And no way was this big blond guy a Muslim. He was just a jerk.

    DG in GA on January 28, 2010 at 6:11 pm

      Well, that explains the FA’s actions. Wouldn;’t do to treat a middle-easterner that way.

      impeachthedude on November 4, 2010 at 11:16 pm

And we should believe this woman why? Where are the other passengers? No one else complained?

She honestly expects us to believe that the pilot would ask “HER” if its alright if they leave the gate? Like that would ever happen. I’ll make sure next time I fly I let the pilot know when to take off. I’m sure police officers go to this woman to make sure its OK to arrest someone, and doctor’s ask for her OK before they operate on someone.

Big shock that the local FOX affiliate is the only channel with this story.

Adam on January 28, 2010 at 1:20 pm

    Have you forgotten about the “Flying Imams Case”? Do you remember what CAIR tried to do to the passengers who reported the incident? Most people are not going to expose themselves to lawsuits or actual danger when the government and airline involved won’t provide any support or protection.

    sorrow01 on January 28, 2010 at 5:45 pm

    Uh oh..You weren’t doing too badly till that “Fox” comment gave you away.

    impeachthedude on November 4, 2010 at 11:17 pm

Where are the other passengers you ask? Where they usually are, which is sitting staring at their shoes.

People have become gutless.

stevecanuck on January 28, 2010 at 1:33 pm

“A TSA spokesperson told Fox 29 that if you have an incident like this onboard a flight you should immediately report it to a TSA customer service person at the airport when you arrive.”

My question: what if you don’t arrive?

spikerules on January 28, 2010 at 3:31 pm

    And where exactly are we supposed to find the TSA Customer Service desk? Other than the idiots at the Security station when you enter the concourse areas, I’ve never noticed any CS desk or signage or anything else. And believe me, once I get OFF the plane, the last place I want to go is back through the Security mess. And to what end? They’ll never find the guy who was doing the weird behavior. What a dumb idea.

    DG in GA on January 28, 2010 at 6:07 pm

Just do a little poking around with USAir pilots going in and out of Philly. Ask about TSA employee Mrs. Mohammed. Fruitess of Islam? A BIG hole in airport security exists in Philly.

Good luck…

Rootless Cosmo on January 28, 2010 at 3:38 pm

Yup, just another terrorist incident waiting to happen. I don’t plan on flying for a while.

yonason on January 28, 2010 at 4:59 pm

http://www.politico.com/politico44/perm/0110/sharing_more_data_b5ee0451-8b07-4e9d-937c-764bb093de06.html

Napolitano meets ethnic leaders

“. . . “Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano today met with leaders from Muslim, Sikh, South Asian and Arab communities — key partners in homeland security that contribute to many different parts of American life and exemplify the diversity that is a hallmark of our country — to discuss ways the department can increase engagement, dialogue and coordination and enhance information sharing between DHS and faith- and community-based groups.

“‘In times of crisis, leaders of faith-based communities and other grass-roots organizations often play a critical role in the broad and timely dissemination of accurate information,’ said Secretary Napolitano. ‘Strengthening our partnerships with faith- and community-based groups will allow improved information sharing and better coordination in preparing for, assessing and responding to threats.’

“During the meeting, Secretary Napolitano and leaders in attendance examined existing information sharing capabilities such as the Secure Community Network — a model for information sharing with faith- and community-based communities designed to quickly improve overall security awareness in a crisis situation — and discussed ways to expand and enhance current initiatives and partnerships.”. . .”

wtd on January 28, 2010 at 5:39 pm

My immediate personal response: NO WAY am I flying on US Airways!

man_in_tx on January 29, 2010 at 2:42 am

Debbie, are some airlines worse than others on refusing to act?

How hard would it be to create a web site that totaled such incidents by airline, thus giving readers information to use in deciding which airlines to fly on? Even if they are all bad, some might be worse than others–if we could bankrupt even one airline for pandering to Muslim terrorists, that might have a healthy effect on the industry.

skzion on January 30, 2010 at 2:44 pm

no way this happened.

koolkatkalifornia on January 30, 2010 at 11:00 pm

hows about this. make all flight attendants and pilots Air Marshals, give them guns and training, then we will have armed guards on all flights and if any raghead violates any rules by using the little Mohammad room, they get double tapped!

koolkatkalifornia on January 30, 2010 at 11:02 pm

we never should have merged Customs and INS. Now all the dregs of both agencies have risen to the top and we’re in bigger poop than before. Customs sucks, you know that? Their leaders were all incompentent.

koolkatkalifornia on January 30, 2010 at 11:03 pm

Next time, I hope someone gets up and blocks the way to the bathroom.

Ryan on January 31, 2010 at 11:40 am

More PC from the people who are to protect us!!!!!

Patrick Mullen on February 1, 2010 at 9:37 am

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