Aug 31 2017
Turkish Muslim pilot refuses to fly plane from London to Afghanistan with rejected Afghan asylum seeker on it
After deportation from the UK was ordered by British officials for a rejected Afghan asylum seeker, Samim Bigzad (right), a Muslim pilot from Turkish Airlines refused to fly the plane with the asylum seeker on board because he was crying like a little baby.
Breitbart Afghan Samim Bigzad — whose initial asylum claim was rejected in March 2016, with subsequent appeals also refused — was due to be returned to his homeland on Saturday on a Turkish Airlines flight via Istanbul.
But the Muslim pilot refused to fly the 22-year-old failed asylum seeker, who became hysterical crying upon boarding the flight, and was taken back into detention as a result of campaigners’ actions to block the deportation attempt.
Activists from “Kent Anti-Racism Network” lobbied the airline, and travelled to Heathrow Airport where they told passengers due to board the same flight that Bigzad faces death in Afghanistan, urging them to raise concerns over his case with Turkish Airlines crew members.
These bleeding heart leftist open borders campaigners in Britain have vowed to target airlines and passengers in their quest to block illegal and criminal migrant removals.
Guidance on how to lobby airlines and passengers in order to prevent flights being used to deport migrants with no right to stay in Britain has been released by open borders campaign groups such as Right to Remain, whose coordinator Lisa Matthews called stopping deportations a “life-saving measure” that buys time for people to launch legal challenges.
This month, Breitbart London reported on how refugees from Afghanistan, Syria, and Iraq have been returning from neighbouring regions to their homelands in huge numbers, as a result of improvements in the security and economic situations there, whilst Western nations continue to welcome large numbers of Middle Eastern asylum seekers.