Did you know that wearing a t-shirt with Arabic writing to an airport is the equivalent of a person wearing a t-shirt at a bank stating, I am a robber? No? Then you clearly don’t work with the TSA, who barred Reed Jarrar over there from boarding his flight at JFK because his shirt had terrifying non-Roman characters on it.
The shirt did also have English characters under the Arabic script (it says “We will not be silent”, no, but you certainly will be delayed), but that could easily be a terrorist trick, trying to convince gullible American infidels that the shirt doesn’t actually say “If you can read this I am going to run this airplane into the Kennedy Center.”
The ACLU has taken Jarrar’s case and they encourage passengers across the nation to show up at airports in t-shirts with big cartoon bombs on them or that say “Big Johnson Says You Can Tell a Lot About a Man by the Size of His Shoe Bomb” because frankly donations have been way up over the last couple years.
In my opinion this type of religious and racial discrimination is as wrong as the Japanese internment camps during WWII, and I hope the TSA agent involved is fired, sued into bankruptcy, and scorned by society. Oh, and don’t fly JetBlue either.
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