In recent years, a phrase has been coined to describe what some say is discrimination against Muslims in America's airspace -- "flying while Muslim." The cycle of these events follows a recognizable pattern: A claim of anti-Muslim mistreatment is lodged, Twitter hashtags are born, outrage ensues...
DIET COKE GIRL A FAKE?: Gateway Pundit reports that Tahera Ahmad, the Muslim activist who recently cried religious discrimination against United Airlines has been called a “liar” by a commenter at FlyerTalk who says she was a witness to the ordeal: She [Ahmad] ordered a coke zero and a hot green tea with a Splenda. […]
Let's take a Diet Coke and freeze it. What could possibly go wrong?
CAIR activist Tahera Ahmad accused a United Airlines attendant of abusing her on a recent flight. Ahmad claimed the flight... The post FAKE HATE: CAIR Activist Lied – Made Up Diet Coke Abuse Story appeared first on The Gateway Pundi...
Start by finding a Diet Coke bottle with the name Bruce on it
On the Daily Show Wednesday, Jon Stewart skewered United Airlines’ refusal to serve a Muslim American woman a can of Diet Coke — on the grounds that the passenger might use it as a weapon, Mediaite reports. “Lately Muslims have been subject to the ‘equal people test,” Stewart...
United Airlines says a flight attendant involved in a dispute with a customer over a can of Diet Coke, leading to accusations of discrimination, won’t be serving customers on the airline any longer.
Jose Marcelino Ortiz and Nik Zecevic | (TheLipTV Video) | — “United Airlines discriminated against Muslim passenger Tahera Ahmad following a request she made for an unopened can of Diet Coke during…
Outlander author Diana Gabaldon was lured out of the Spartan employee break room of a Los Angeles Barnes & Noble Sunday with a Diet Coke and an enthusiastic round of applause from the hundreds of fans who had gathered. Some came as early as 6 a.m. to ensure they scored one... More »
Woman in headscarf denied only fun part of air travel. Excuse me, ma'am, can I see your Diet Coke owner's permit? (via Facebook) Complimentary beverages are all we, as airplane passengers, have left. It's our one moment to make a choice,...Show More Summary
A hijab-clad Muslim chaplain and director of interfaith engagement at Northwestern University, Tahera Ahmad, asked for an unopened can of Diet Coke on a United Airlines flight from Chicago to Washington. After a flight attendant refused...Show More Summary
Apparently Muslims are upset with United Airlines over an alleged (and highly suspect, IMO) incident involving a can of Diet Coke and are calling for a boycott. In related news, United Airlines' probability of having another one of its planes...
Post by Lisa Fogarty. A Muslim woman who is a chaplain at Northwestern University, says a flight attendant on United Airlines, as well as other passengers, treated her horribly because of her religious beliefs — and the incident took...Show More Summary
Like your soda served unopened? Well, a Muslim woman says a United Airlines attendant refused her an unopened Diet Coke because it might serve as a weapon—while the guy next to her got an unopened beer, the Guardian reports. Tahera Ahmad, a chaplain at Chicago’s Northwestern University, posted on...
THAT’S SOME DIET COKE: A muslim chaplain wearing a hijab was allegedly denied an unopened can of Diet Coke on a United flight from Chicago to Washington. The reason? ”We are unauthorized to give unopened cans to people because they may use it as a weapon on the plane,” she recalled the flight attendant telling her. […]
A Muslim woman said a United Airlines flight attendant denied her an unopened can of Diet Coke because she could have used it as a weapon. The incident has led to a boycott of the airline.
United Airlines has been accused of discrimination for refusing to give an unopened can of Diet Coke to a female Muslim passenger.
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This morning I was excited to find that the star of Veronica’s Closet, Kirstie Alley, was back in the news. “Well, at least people are thinking of her,” I thought, as I read my feed, bleary-eyed before my first can of diet coke. I had...Show More Summary
I had a chance last year to attend the famous Social Shake-Up in Atlanta. It was probably one of the most interesting events I have attended in a very long time. Let me tell you why I felt like a Mentos in a Diet Coke.