Muslim Flight Denials Suggest Return to Legal Terrorist ProfilingGuest Post
Muslim Flight Denials Suggest Return to Legal Terrorist Profiling
Many Recent Bans Add to Concern Over Use of Religion as One Factor
The very carefully worded denial regarding why a Muslim family bound for Disneyland was barred from boarding a plane to the U.S., plus many similar recent instances where Muslims were likewise denied boarding, suggest that the government has returned to its earlier practice of surreptitious terrorist profiling based upon religion, says public interest law professor John Banzhaf, adding that, for two different reasons, the practice is not unconstitutional.
In seeking to assure the public regarding the Disneyland . . .
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