Last month, UK-born Muslim health worker Faizah Shaheen, 27, found that out while returning from her honeymoon trip to Turkey aboard British Thomson Airways at Doncaster Airport in Finningley, England.
A cabin crew member spotted her reading Malu Halasa’s book, Syria Speaks: Art and Culture from the Frontline on outbound flight a fortnight ago . Thinking her a ‘Muslim terrorist’, the attendant reported her to the South Yorkshire police department.
On arrival, Shaheen was detained for investigation under the recently passed anti-terrorist legislation, authored by BIPAC-Tory government, and now forcefully applied by the ‘Israeli tank commander, Theresa May, country’s new prime minister.
During the interrogation, police asked Shaheen what she did for a living.
“I told them I work as a child and adolescent mental health services practitioner for the National Health Service,” she said. “Ironically, a part of my job role is working on anti-radicalization and assessing if vulnerable young people with mental health problems are at risk of being radicalized. I said that to the police. I’m actually part of trying to fight radicalisation and breaking the stereotypes.”
Having now experienced victimization by UK police firsthand, Shaheen will be following up with a formal complaint against the police and Thomson Airways regarding the incident.
Syrian-born Christian Malu Halasa, is an editor, award-wining author and curator in London. She is a well-known critic of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.
The Israeli occupied United States is not much different. On August 4, 2016, the British newspaper Guardian reported that two American Muslim women who work for the US government, were told to leave an American Airline plane when one of them talked to a ‘civilized White passenger’ about lack of water and food on board. The terrified fool complained to a flight attendant about his personal safety from the two ‘Muzzlooms’. Both Muslim women were taken-off the flight and put on the next flight with $200 as ‘holocaust compensation’.