Imams on a plane

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“Can you be­lieve the six imams kicked off the US Air­ways flight in Min­neapo­lis are threat­en­ing to sue?

“Can you be­lieve they’re walk­ing around free rather than be­ing held and in­ves­ti­gated for ‘prob­ing’ on be­half of ter­ror­ists?

“Can you be­lieve most of the me­dia cov­er­age of this in­ci­dent fo­cuses on pos­si­ble civil rights vi­o­la­tions and in­ap­pro­pri­ate re­li­gious ‘pro­fil­ing’? [. . .]

“Most Amer­i­cans don’t pre­judge Mus­lims as ter­ror­ists. But when they act like ter­ror­ists [. . .] then Amer­i­cans have the right and duty to treat them with the ut­most sus­pi­cion.”

— Joseph Farah, writ­ing on “Imams and Ap­ple Pie” on Dec. 2 in World­Net­Daily at­net­

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