Islam’s main goal is to subjugate the non-believer, using fear is part and parcel of their tactics in their long term strategy.
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Theories: Greek and Egyptian authorities have said it is too early to say definitively what happened to the plane in its final moments, whether it was a mechanical fault or an act of terrorism that brought it down
- Competing theories rage about what could have happened to Flight MS804
- Could have been mechanical failure, bomb, terrorists or flight crew member
- Nothing from Egypt’s notoriously corrupt regime can be taken at face value
- EgyptAir plane disappeared from radars just 10 miles into Egypt’s air space
Already, competing theories are raging about why the Airbus 320 plunged into the Mediterranean. Of course, it could have been mechanical failure, though the plane has an excellent safety record.
Or the aircraft could have been brought down deliberately — either by a bomb, by terrorists who somehow managed to enter the cockpit — like 9/11 — or one of the flight crew.
That latter theory would not be without precedent. In 1999, Gameel Al-Batouti, an Egyptian pilot for EgyptAir and a former officer for the Egyptian Air Force, deliberately killed all 217 aboard EgyptAir Flight 990 shortly after it took off from New York by nosediving it into the ocean — as he repeated Islamic religious expressions.
Horror: Relatives of the 66 passengers and crew on board the EgyptAir flight MS804 gather at Cairo International Airport, while awaiting news of their loved ones after the plane’s disappearance
What we can categorically conclude at this juncture is that nothing said by any of the officials who make up the atrociously corrupt Egyptian regime, led by the ruthless and blood-drenched dictator Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, can be taken at face value.
Indeed, the response thus far reveals shocking parallels with the lies and obfuscations that Cairo’s political elite spewed out after a Russian Metrojet flight was brought down over Sinai last year, killing all 224 on board.
It subsequently transpired that, within days, both the Russian and Egyptian authorities were sure a bomb had brought down the holiday airliner.