Muslim screaming “Allahu akbar” tries to enter cockpit on Paris-to-Tunis flight

The passengers on the flight should have recognized, as they have been told by CNN, the New York Times and others, that “Allahu akbar” is a benign and even beautiful phrase, and opened the cockpit door to him, so as not to appear to be “Islamophobic.”

“Transavia passenger shouts ‘Allahu Akbar’ and tries to enter cockpit as plane is diverted,” by Tom Davidson, Mirror, January 25, 2019:

A Transavia flight was forced into a diversion when a passenger shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ and tried to enter the cockpit.

The Tunisian man, around 30 years old, also tried to make a prayer before the flight from Paris to Tunis was diverted.

Videos posted online shows security staff wrestling with the man while the plane is in mid-air and passengers shouting before they are finally able to bring him under control….

Passengers were reported as saying that the man shouted that he was Tunisian like them and that they should help him.

The cause of the disturbance is thought to have been when the man was not allowed to pray in the plane corridor….

The man is thought to be undergoing a psychiatric evaluation….

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