Sunday, September 04, 2011

Slavery Days? Hitler Days? No. America Today.

As I read this article and especially the letter from the legal counsel to the New York Port Authority, I could not help but feel that I was reading something out of the days of Uncle Tom's Cabin or when the Nazis were aggressively moving across Europe.  It was scary.  And it's going on right now in America.

Apparently some Jews have restrictions put on what they do or take with them when boarding certain airplanes headed for Saudi Arabia from JFK International Airport in New York.  And why?  Well, because Saudi Arabia has put limitations on what Jews they'll allow into the country.  Islamic limitations if you like.

The issue is not whether or not Saudi Arabia has the right to do that.  Let's say they do, although we'll save our arguments for another time.  The issue is whether or not American taxpayer dollars spent at a publicly owned airport is being used to "facilitate" these restrictions in the United States.

Reading this made me think of the movies Sophie's Choice and The Hiding Box about Corrie Ten Boom.  God help us all.

Is this back-door Shariah? Complaint cites New York

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