OMG! MALAYSIA AIRLINES tragedies were caused by “un-Islamic behaviors” like serving alcohol and exposing flight attendants’ flesh

A senior lecturer of the National Defence University, recognized as Ridhuan Tee, has offered a theological contention as the main reasons behind the tragedies of MH370 and MH17, implying that if the Malaysian airlines had adhered to Islamic behaviors and customs, the accidents never would have happened.

OMG! Look at those 'slutty'- looking flight attendants
Here are those ‘slutty’- looking Malaysia Airlines flight attendants

IB Times  In his column titled “Buka Minda” (Open your mind) written for Malaysian publication, Sinar Harian on Monday, Tee said that Malaysian airlines MH370 went missing and MH17 was shot down earlier in the year simply because Malaysians are increasingly refusing to be more ‘Islamic’.

He latched on the idea that more Islamic culture should be observed on board Malaysian flights…(Like lifting your ass to Allah several times during flight?)

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“Aren’t the lessons of MH17 and MH370 not enough?” Tee asked adding that these days the in-flight crew do not bother to dress in a more Islamic manner and that they serve alcohol – something that is prohibited in Islam.

Noting that the tourists “are practically bathing in alcohol in their own countries”, the official concluded by offering an advice to Malaysian airlines in order to avoid accidents in future: “My advice: observe a more Islamic way of life before Allah unleashes his wrath on you.”

OMG! Muslim women serving alcohol
SHOCKING! Muslim flight attendants serving alcohol 

Malaysia Airlines, which is burning through tens of millions of dollars and losing spooked passengers in droves after back-to-back disasters, is set to undergo a radical restructuring to avoid liquidation and having its fleet farmed out to friendlier skies. Passenger bookings were down 11 percent last month, travelers have been snapping pics of eerily empty cabins on some flights, and the airline announced a $97 million second-quarter loss on Thursday while warning things might get worse in coming months.