We can’t be blamed for not wanting Muslims, in charge of/or working for, anything to do with security in airports or elsewhere.
I think we should stop generalizing muslims, if they hold fast to a book(s) that preach hostility and violence towards those not belonging to their ideology, they cannot be deemed “as mostly peaceful”. We wouldn’t do it with Germans who agreed with Mein Kampf or Mao’s little red book, and we shouldn’t do it with Islam.
At least FIFTY ISIS supporters are working as baggage handlers, cleaners and catering staff at Brussels airport, claim police
Police at Brussels airport have claimed at least 50 Islamic State supporters are working there as baggage handlers, cleaners and catering staff. A soldier is pictured at the airport today
- Officers said they have warned about terrorist sympathisers at airport
- They say badges give them access to planes, but they remain employed
- Airport police are threatening to go on strike over ‘security deficiencies’
Police at Brussels airport have claimed at least 50 Islamic State supporters are working there as baggage handlers, cleaners and catering staff.
In an astonishing open letter, the officers said they have warned about the terrorist sympathisers whose security badges give them access to planes, but they remain employed.
The airport police, who are threatening to go on strike because of security deficiencies, also said they have raised the issue of terrorists scouting the airport to plan possible attacks.
The extraordinary claims come after the Mail reported how the family of two of the bombers involved in the attacks last week said they had worked as cleaners at the airport.
‘Some people suspected of having fought in Syria came to the airport as “false tourists”. We reported their presence but we do not know if anything was done with that information,’ the airport police wrote in their letter.
The officers said they had raised suspicions about certain staff members including those who apparently celebrated after the Paris attacks in November that killed 130 people.
‘When we checked these people, we were surprised more than once. It was men with a radical ideology and a long police history,’ the officers continued.
‘Even today, there are at least 50 supporters of the Islamic state who work at the airport. They have a security badge and have access to the cockpit of a plane.