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Saturday, October 15, 2016

Muslim Airplane Terror in Connecticut

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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"Not an accident," said the survivor of a plane crash in Connecticut to the FBI.  The pilot was a Jordanian national named Feras M. Freitekh.  While reports are not claiming Freitekh was Muslim, they do say that he came to the U.S. on a temporary student visa in 2012 for flight school.

Why are we giving student visas to persons from Muslim dominated countries to go to flight school after what happened on September 11, 2001?

The plane reportedly took off from a small flight school in Hartford, and went down on East Hartford’s Main Street.  The survivor of the crash was a flight instructor.  If the crash was no accident, an instructor would know.

New York Times states the pilot was of Pelestinian descent, and that the crash followed a heated argument between the pilot and the instructor.  According to the Times, the circumstances point towards it being a suicide, not a more sinister motive.

What sinister motive?  Are they bending over backwards to make sure nobody thinks it might have been terrorism?

To further point the reader away from the possibility that this was a Muslim related incident, the New York Times assures us:

His cousin said that Mr. Freitekh “was not religious at all.”
“He did not pray,” the cousin continued. “Religion was not an issue.”
Investigators said Mr. Freitekh was most recently living with several roommates in an East Hartford apartment building.
A neighbor, Wanda Sanchez, said Mr. Freitekh had shared with her in casual conversation that all five residents of the apartment were studying at the flight school.
“They were quiet, peaceful,” Ms. Sanchez said. “They were always home. They told us they were trying to be pilots.”
Well, that just convinces us, doesn't it?  Because Muslims never lie. . . right?

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