Muslim student kicked off Southwest Air flight was overheard speaking about ISIS in Arabic

According to the Arabic-speaking woman who reported him.

Source: What the media didn’t tell you about Arabic-speaking Muslim student who got kicked off Southwest Airlines | Walid Shoebat

The mainstream media went ballistic after learning that an Iraqi student was removed from a flight after an alleged ‘Islamophobic’ woman reported him because she heard him speaking Arabic. Left wing pundits and Muslim advocacy groups demanded to know why “speaking Arabic” is a reason to remove someone from a plane and were calling for boycotts of Southwest Airlines.

What the media conveniently left out is that the (see-something-say-something) woman is a native Arabic speaker and said he was talking about terror group ISIS.

via Student Kicked Off Flight For Speaking Arabic Was Reportedly Overheard Mentioning ISISLawNewz

Makhzoomi told the Post that he called his uncle, who lives in Baghdad, after boarding a Southwest Airlines flight in Los Angeles earlier this month. He says the two had a conversation in Arabic about an event Makhzoomi attended the night before.

Makhzoomi says he received strange looks from a woman who then got up and he believes reported him to the flight crew.  The next thing he knew, Makhzoomi says he was escorted off the plane and eventually taken into an interrogation room where he was questioned by the FBI before ultimately being released.

Well, on Tueday, on Happening Now on Fox News, guest host Heather Nauert provided some important additional details about the story that somehow did not make it into the Washington Post profile on Monday.

According to the Happening Now report, the woman who allegedly reported Makhzoomi to the airline crew was actually an Arabic speaker herself.  This woman reportedly said that she overheard Makhzoomi mention ISIS and possibly another terror group during his phone conversation and that is why she alerted the airline crew.

Perhaps that explains why Makhzoomi has reportedly turned down offers from multiple lawyers to file a lawsuit against the airline. For the record, both lawyers who appeared in the legal segment on Happening Now where this report was discussed both agreed that under these circumstances, Makhzoomi likely does not have a valid claim against the airline.

7 thoughts on “Muslim student kicked off Southwest Air flight was overheard speaking about ISIS in Arabic

  1. Where did this animal come from and how? Obviously he is a grand scale troublemaker and needs to be taken outside the 12 mile limit, preferably of water. Do onto others before they do onto you!

  2. Sharia Law grossly contradicts &violates “Our Constitution; The Law of Our Land”, and the OATH taken by Any & All who enter Legally for any1 adhering to Sharia when taking what’s required; the “Naturalization Oath of Allegiance” whose words are simple and explicit, is committing “Fraud” by failure of Admission before taking their Allegiance through the process to legally take Residence in the U.S.

    Learning to speak is requirement in the process as well.

    As recently determined, Hungary’s 4 Yr old or so Constitution forbids Sharia, as does Japan, & Others

    There is nothing w/i what’s Required in the INS process, except a presumptuous misuse & redefinition, and often false Claim that an “Ism or Phobia” applies.

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If sharia law continues spreading, you'll have less and less freedom of speech - so speak while you can!

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