On Thursday early morning, an EgyptAir Flight 804 from Paris to Cairo with 59 passengers and a crew of 10 crashed in the Mediterranean Sea of the Greek island of Crete. The news were confirmed by French Jewish president Hollande and Egyptian prime minister Sharif Ismail.
The passengers are reported to be Egyptian (30), French (15), Iraqis (2), and others from Canada, Britain, Saudi Arabia, Portugal, Sudan, Kuwait, Algeria and Chadian. The airline said a child and two babies were among the passengers.
Pro-Israel French and western media have already issued the verdict: ISIS did it, even though both Hollande and Ismail have refused to call the crash an act of terrorism.
On May 19, the Jewish News quoted Jean-Paul Troadec (Jewish), the former chief of France’s air accident investigation unit (BEA) saying that the disappearance of MS804 suggested a brutal event and was almost certainly caused by an attack.
He told Europe 1 radio station in Paris: “A technical problem, a fire or a failed motor do not cause an instant accident, and the team has time to react.”
Sam Kiley, security correspondent at Jewish billionaire Rupert Murdoch-owned Sky News has cautioned rushing to brand the accident to the so-called ‘Islamic terrorism’ without evidence, discussing both mechanical failure or pilot’s suicide attempt to demonize Muslims and Islam. Kiley even went so far as to state it was a possibility that, if it were terrorism, it could be carried out by a fascist group attempting falsely to implicate Islamic groups and stoke Islamophobia.
The only entity that gains from such anti-Muslim terrorism is the Zionist regime. Last year, it shot-down a Russian passenger plane.
In October 1999, Israelis shotdown EgyptAir Flight 990 bound for Cairo over Atlantic Occean.
Both Egypt and Israel are signatory to a mutual peace treaty inked in 1979.