Would you knowingly fly in a plane whose pilot or co-pilot supports Hamas?

Ibraham Mossallam is a now-suspended (with pay) pilot for United Airlines. He’s also a great fan of Hamas. More on Mossallam can be found here.

The disgraced pilot also argued that the attack on Israel was ‘not provoked’ but rather was a ‘response to years of attacks by the Zionist regime.’

First, the years of intermittent warfare between Israel (“the Zionist regime”) and terrorists in Gaza have always been started by the Gazan terrorists, belonging both to Hamas and to the Palestinian Islamic Jihad. They launch rockets into Israel. Again and again. The IDF responds with rockets of its own. But this does not stop the Palestinian rockets, and finally, the IDF decides to put paid to those rockets with airstrikes, drone strikes, and artillery barrages. And one more Gaza-Israel war begins. They end the same way: the Palestinians and the Arab states that support them pressure the UN, and the US, to pressure Israel to agree to a “ceasefire.” And that “hudna,” or truce, will last until the next time the terrorists feel sufficiently strong, and emboldened, to start another series of rocket attacks, leading to another campaign by Israel of “mowing the grass.”

On Tuesday, United told DailyMail.com that Mossallam was taken out of service with pay as an investigation is carried out. The carrier said that Mossallam was only removed from service on November 20, the same day that his social media posts became public knowledge.

So it was only when Mossalam’s social media posts became known to the public that United decided to take him out of service. But when did United Airlines know about those posts? Did it know about them earlier than November 20 but chose to ignore them, hoping no one would notice? Was this a case of trying to sweep a problem like Mossalam under the rug, but United could no longer do so once his posts became known to the wide public?

On the very day that Hamas launched its barbaric assault on Israel, Mossallam posted enthusiastically on Facebook about the “brave resistance” of the Hamas killers who attacked, raped, tortured, and murdered Israeli civilians in their homes.

In addition to his flying career, Mossallam is also the board vice president for the New York chapter of the Council on American-Israel Relations.

Mossallam’s posts were first highlighted by the activist group Stop Antisemitism.

The group asked in a post on X exposing his activities: ‘How can Jewish passengers feel safe with this man flying their plane?’…

It is not just Jewish passengers who need to worry. A Muslim pilot who has been raised to despise all Infidels as “the most vile of created beings” won’t be separating Jewish from non-Jewish passengers; when the plane crashes, everyone dies. He may be so full of hatred, as his praise of Hamas suggests, that he would want to bring down a plane full of Infidels, just like the shoe bomber and the underwear bomber had unsuccessfully tried to do. And it need not be a political or theological hatred, but something purely personal, that prompts a Muslim to crash a plane with himself on board. Who can forget the Egypt Air Flight 900, and First officer Gameel Al-Batouti, who intentionally crashed the plane to exact revenge on an airline executive who had recently demoted him? He drove the plane downward, all the while shouting “Allahu akbar.”

In a 2012 interview with the website Brooklyn Ink, Mossallam discussed volunteering as an outreach director with the Muslim American Society….

The Muslim-American Society is a fount of anti-Israel animus, as well as a center for “outreach” which includes attempts to convert the Infidels; it also builds mosques to spread the presence of Islam throughout the land.

Ibrahim Mossallam is not the only pilot who has expressed his pro-Hamas and virulently anti-Israel views on social media, and been grounded as a result. An Air Canada pilot, Mostafa Ezzo, was grounded when his anti-Israel social media posts were made apparent.

I would never knowingly fly in a plane whose pilot or co-pilot supports Hamas. I would expect that airline companies would be keeping close tabs on the social media posts of their pilots. I’d worry about both a spontaneous, and a carefully planned, mass murder of a planeload of innocents by someone who might wish to punish Infidels by crashing that plane he is piloting. That pilot would not suffer, but in his own Islamic understanding, he would become a martyr, akin to a suicide bomber, inflicting pain on the Infidels while suffering none of his own, as he makes ready to meet the 72 dark-eyed virgins who await him in paradise.


RELATED ARTICLE: United Airlines Muslim Pilot Who Praises Hamas Removed From Service, WITH PAY

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