By Theodore Shoebat
While a Malaysia Airlines airplane is still missing, the culprits have yet to be announced. The airplane went completely off the radar without any emergency call or mayday signal, and there was no sign of dangerous weather, which leads one to suspect terrorism.
Another indication to this suspicion is the fact that two passengers on the plane used stolen passports with identifications that were not their own. Malaysian Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said:
I can confirm that we have the visuals of these two people on CCTV
European authorities identified the two people who are on the stolen passports. One was an Italian named Luigi Maraldi, and other was an Australian named Christian Kozel.
Malaysian authorities have refused to disclose any more information, saying that it would jeopardize the investigation.
Here are some factors that, when put into perspective, can give us a clearer picture as to the thought that this may have been terrorism:
-The airplane vanished without a mayday call. In fact, the disappearance of the plane is such an enigma that it has led a senior official to call it an “unprecedented aviation mystery”.
One source has said that it appears that the plane disintegrated in the air:
The fact that we are unable to find any debris so far appears to indicate that the aircraft is likely to have disintegrated at around 35,000 feet
While the source said that there is no evidence of a bomb explosion as of yet, the same source as well said that the closest parallels to the situation was the Air India jetliner incident in 1985, in which Sikh terrorists blew up the plane when it was over the Atlantic Ocean; and the Lockerbie air disaster in 1988, in which Muslims detonated a bomb in the airplane. Both planes were flying at around 31,000 feet when bombs exploded on board.
The fact that the apparent disintegration of the plane parallels with two terrorist attacks, should raise our suspicion.
-Two passengers used passports which have been confirmed to be stolen, which signifies that they entered the plane illegally, and were apparently of bad will. The use of false identification is notorious amongst jihadists. Interpol secretary general Ronald Noble, said, in regards to the stolen passports:
Now, we have a real case where the world is speculating whether the stolen passport holders were terrorists …Interpol is asking why only a handful of countries worldwide are taking care to make sure that persons possessing stolen passports are not boarding international flights.
The Associated Press added some substantive words regarding the stolen passports:
In addition to the plane’s sudden disappearance, which experts said was consistent with a possible onboard explosion, the stolen passports strengthened concerns about terrorism as a possible cause. Al-Qaeda militants have used similar tactics to try to disguise their identities.
-The airplane was coming from Malaysia, which is a Muslim country, into China. Malaysian Muslims have a generally collective animosity toward non-Muslim Chinese people. Out of 227 passengers, 152 were from China.
Let us see the conclusion as to who did this evil and wicked act. That this was due to Islamic terrorism, cannot be canceled out.
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