To My Muslim Friends:

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You say that Jesus was a prophet. If he was a prophet, then we must listen to what he said.
 
You would agree with me that there are two sources of supernatural power: God and Satan
 
Prophet Jesus said Satan is a MURDERER:
 
“He was a murderer from the beginning..”
 
And he said Satan is a LIAR:
 
“When he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own resources,
for he is a liar and the FATHER OF IT.”
John 8:44
 
Islam and Christianity do not worship the same god. One is a murderer, the other came to give life.
 
“The thief does not come except to steal,
and to kill, and to destroy.
I have come that they may have life,
and that they may have it more abundantly.”
John 10:10
 
Which god is yours?
 
 
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American Airlines Mechanic Charged With Sabotaging Plane

* * * Notice the name of the mechanic!

MIAMI, FL - MARCH 13: A grounded American Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 is towed to another location at Miami International Airport on March 13, 2019 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

 

by Kyle Arnold -Sep 5, 2019

An American Airlines mechanic in Miami was charged Thursday with sabotaging the navigation system on a plane before a flight bound for Nassau in the Bahamas with 150 passengers aboard earlier this summer.

The criminal complaint filed in federal court in Miami said American Airlines mechanic Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani, who works at Miami International Airport, admitted to investigators that on July 17 he intentionally blocked a plane’s sensor that monitors speed, pitch and other critical data.

Alani was arrested Thursday, according to a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney’s office in Miami.

Crews discovered the problem before taking off and aborted the flight.

Alani later told investigators that he was upset with failed contract negotiations between American Airlines and maintenance workers that have been dragging on for more than four years, according to the federal complaint. (I’ve got a bridge in Manhattan… pm)

“Alani claimed that he tampered with the Target Aircraft in order to cause a delay or have the flight canceled in anticipation of obtaining overtime work,” the court filing said.

He was charged with willfully damaging, destroying, disabling, or wrecking an aircraft, and attempting to do so, the complaint said.

Investigators said the alleged sabotage took place on American Airlines flight 2834 bound for the Bahamas with 150 crew and passengers aboard. While powering up to take off, the problem triggered an error message in the plane’s air data module system and takeoff was aborted. Passengers boarded a new plane and continued to the Bahamas.

After the pilot reported the problem, a different maintenance worker found that a tube connecting the air data module system had been blocked with a “dark Styrofoam-like material.”

American Airlines security, along with air marshals and the FBI, identified Alani based on video surveillance footage. Witnesses said they identified Alani in footage by a unique limp or hitch in his step.

Later, the complaint said, Alani admitted that he glued the styrofoam to the tube so it wouldn’t come off and then went to the cockpit to make sure it interfered with the sensor system.

“At American we have an unwavering commitment to the safety and security of our customers and team members and we are taking this matter very seriously,” said a statement from American Airlines spokesman Ross Feinstein. “At the time of the incident, the aircraft was taken out of service, maintenance was performed and after an inspection to ensure it was safe, the aircraft was returned to service. American immediately notified federal law enforcement who took over the investigation with our full cooperation.”

American has been locked in a bitter and lengthy dispute with the unions representing 30,000 maintenance workers. The animosity came to a peak in May when American sued the unions and accused labor groups of orchestrating an illegal work slowdown that’s led to hundreds of cancellations and delays.

The Fort Worth-based airline won a permanent injunction against the Transport Workers Union and International Association of Machinists in federal court and is asking for damages that could amount to millions.

The Transport Workers Union, which represents most American Airlines mechanics in Miami, said it condemned any actions that could jeopardize passenger safety.

“If these allegations of sabotage are true, they are outrageous and indefensible, and we fully condemn such actions,” said a statement from TWU International President John Samuelson. “Our mechanics are highly trained professionals who are dedicated to performing at the highest standards in the industry — and we will not tolerate anything less.”

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