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Sep 07 2019

Don’t Be an Islamophobe and Notice His Name

Keep your head down. Islamophobe accusations are sure to fly in light of this story:

An American Airlines mechanic accused of tampering with the navigation system on a flight scheduled from Miami to the Bahamas had reportedly been fired from Alaska Airlines a decade ago after a series of performance issues.

Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani, 60, was arrested by the FBI on Thursday and charged with willfully damaging, destroying or disabling an aircraft after he allegedly obstructed a tube underneath the cockpit with foam.

Alani’s reported motivation was to collect more overtime pay. His past performance issues included maintenance errors. At one point, his mechanic’s license was suspended by the Federal Aviation Administration. Alani appears to be a malcontent and troublemaker; he has unsuccessfully sued American Airlines for “discrimination.”

Alani was born in Iraq and became a US citizen in 1992 — 27 years ago. Yet he still required an interpreter when brought before a judge yesterday. Assimilation has been a little slow.

After 9/11 and the countless other acts of Islamic terror against Americans, you would think that a guy with a name like Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani who hasn’t bothered to learn English and who has a record of repeatedly messing up would not be employed maintaining airplanes, given that innocent lives are at stake. But no one wants another discrimination lawsuit.

On tips from KirklesWorth, Dragon’s Lair, Don M, Blackjack, and Lyle.

One Response to “Don’t Be an Islamophobe and Notice His Name”

  1. […] the sabotaging airline mechanic who was probably allowed to continue plying his trade despite his alarming work history on the grounds that it would be Islamophobic not to let a guy named Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani […]

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