Designated Terrorist Group CAIR litigation jihadists file lawsuit on behalf of Muslim family kicked off United Airlines flight for security reasons

First they demand an apology from the airline, then they demand a large monetary settlement. Don’t believe what the reporter is saying about why the Muslims were removed. It was for security reasons, the details of which the airline is under no obligation to reveal to the media.

ABC A civil rights lawsuit is now filed on behalf of an Arab Muslim family who say they were forced off a United Airlines flight. The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) filed a lawsuit on behalf of Eaman and Mohamad Shebley.

We’ve reached out to United for comment. At the time of the incident. United said the family was rebooked on another flight and that their child’s safety seat didn’t comply with federal regulations.

Shebley, who wears an Islamic head scarf, or hijab, asked for an additional strap for the booster seat for one of her children, according to CAIR representative working with the family, Renner Larson. After discussion with a flight attendant about the strap, the family was asked to remove the booster seat, which they say they did.

“They felt singled-out and helpless,” Larson told ABC News. “We are tired of more and more of these instances: of Muslims being taken off flights for flimsy reasons.”

The Chicago chapter of CAIR said at the time they sent a letter to United Airlines which calls for a formal apology to the family, disciplinary measures for the crew involved and sensitivity training for employees. (In your dreams. Airlines don’t have to bow down to terrorist demands)

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