JetBlue Flight 261 was heading out of Boston for San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday evening when, based on an FBI affidavit, “an unruly passenger” needed to be “bodily restrained by flight crew members in response to a bodily altercation through the passenger’s try to achieve entry to the flight deck.”
Slightly over an hour earlier than the flight reached San Juan, the passenger, Khalil El Dahr, “tried to make a phone name and have become offended in regards to the name’s unsuccess.” This will need to have been a supremely essential telephone name, for a couple of minutes later, El Dahr “pulled himself out of his seat and rushed towards the flight deck yelling to be shot within the Spanish language.”
At that time, a flight attendant (FA) “bodily redirected El Dahr into the realm in entrance of the entrance row earlier than the galley.” Nevertheless, in a spectacular occasion of poor judgment, unhealthy timing, or each, “because the JetBlue FA had El Dahr corralled within the space earlier than the galley on the precise aspect of the airplane, a flight crew officer opened the cockpit door.”
El Dahr noticed his probability: He “noticed the door open after which grabbed the JetBlue FA by their collar and tie with one hand whereas utilizing his different hand to seize the overhead compartment to achieve leverage to kick. Because the JetBlue FA was kicked in chest, El Dahr yelled for the flight crew officer to shoot him. Whereas El Dahr was yelling, he was nonetheless holding the JetBlue FA by their tie. This resulted within the tie tightening and in the end prevented the JetBlue FA from respiratory. In response, the JetBlue FA launched El Dahr to loosen the tie to stop from being choked and incapacitated. The JetBlue FA was then capable of loosen the tie and seize maintain of El Dahr to stop him from efficiently breaching the galley space and having access to the flight deck.”
El Dahr fought fiercely even when restrained: “When the second JetBlue FA responded to the entrance of the airplane, they noticed El Dahr seize the primary JetBlue FA by the tie and punch them within the chest. The second JetBlue FA then assisted to get El Dahr restrained. One of many restraints used was a pair of flex cuffs offered by an off-duty FA on board the flight. The flex cuffs had been utilized to El Dahr’s wrists, however El Dahr resisted a lot that El Dahr was capable of break the cuffs and free himself. After, a second pair was mounted together with a minimum of 4 seat belt extenders to safe El Dahr to a seat behind the airplane.”
All this over a failed telephone name? Was El Dahr attempting to reconnect with a misplaced love? Ship out a misery name to Batman? In any case, it in the end took “six or seven flight crew members” to restrain El Dahr: “A battle ensued as El Dahr requested to be shot and killed. El Dahr spoke in Spanish and Arabic which was translated by different flight crew members. The second JetBlue FA acknowledged that at one level through the incident, they had been capable of perceive El Dahr say Allah in a raised tone.”
This incident, notes the Boston Herald phlegmatically, “has as soon as once more raised questions on airline security.” Sure, however not essentially the precise questions. The Herald quotes Brian Sullivan, a retired agent of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), saying: “There’s been loads of air rage incidents of late.”
Effectively, possibly there have been loads of “air rage” incidents of late, what with the persevering with erosion of fundamental companies and regular improve of humiliating, irritating, and pointless covid laws on flights, however is “air rage” all that’s concerned right here? May not El Dahr’s saying “Allah” in a “raised tone” recommend that he could have had motivations just like these of one other famous “unruly passenger” of the previous, Mohamed Atta, who reminded himself earlier than his September 11, 2001, hijacking operation to “shout, ‘Allahu Akbar,’ as a result of this strikes worry within the hearts of the non-believers”?
Sullivan really does trace at the opportunity of this when he says that “the frequency of those” air rage incidents “can masks makes an attempt to check the system. Typically those that check the system can ask to be shot in an try to see if they will draw out a Federal Air Marshal.” A skilled and seasoned terrorist would need to draw out Federal Air Marshals, in order to help of their future identification and neutralization.
This incident demonstrates but once more that the Biden administration is mendacity to us when it says that “white supremacists” are the most important terror risk this nation faces right now. However one factor is definite: Biden’s handlers will take no discover of this, and can proceed to deceive us.
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