Spain: Muslim on plane screams “Islam is the solution,” “Sharia is fairest rule of law,” Christians are “infidels”

A man left Ryanair passengers terrified after calling Christians “infidels” and saying that “sharia is the fairest rule of law.”

Jihad Watch has been warning for years that the more emboldened Islamic supremacists get, the less safe non-Muslims will be. Striking terror into the hearts of unbelievers is an Islamic imperative (cf. Qur’an 3:151, 8:12, 8:60) that all too many Muslims take seriously. As a result, fear has indeed proliferated, and then Islamic supremacists label that fear as “Islamophobia.” Take, for instance, Canada, where Motion M-103 seeks to “quell a climate of fear.” Should the passengers on this airplane have felt fear, or dismissed it as “Islamophobic”?

“Man terrifies Ryanair passengers calling Christians ‘infidels’ and ‘sharia the fairest rule of law,’” by Ana Lacasa, Mirror, September , 2018:

A man left Ryanair passengers terrified after calling Christians “infidels” and saying that “sharia is the fairest rule of law.”

The incident took place about 40 minutes before a flight from Barcelona was scheduled to land in Seville.

Footage shows the passenger, who is a Spanish resident, shouting in Maghrebi Arabic as passengers tried to calm him down.

He stood on his seat and started jabbing his finger at passengers while preaching about Islam, according to 23-year-old eyewitness Javier Carnero.

Carnero claimed that the man was shouting that “Islam is the solution for all life’s problems” and “Sharia is the fairest rule of law”.

He also reportedly said that all Christians are “infidels”.

According to reports, the man spoke in both Spanish and Arabic.

He was finally pulled out of his seat and escorted to the front of the plane as air marshals spoke with his brother.

The flight captain warned airport authorities and the Spanish Civil Guard were waiting for the passenger on the runway in Seville.

He was searched and warned by officers, but reportedly not arrested as he had no intent to cause harm and was not carrying anything dangerous.

His brother also said that the young man suffers from a mental illness and that he was caring for him.

A Ryanair spokesman said: “The crew of this flight from Barcelona to Seville (September 5) requested police assistance upon arrival after a passenger became disruptive in-flight……

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