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It is becoming increasingly acceptable to hold anti-Muslim prejudice, which, apparently, the flight attendant held, took for granted and felt a fair amount of comfort in publicly displaying, as did those passengers who turned on Ms. Ahmad.
"United does not tolerate behavior that is discriminatory -- or that appears to be discriminatory -- against our customers
Tahera Ahmad joins us live to discuss her experience of alleged discrimination on a recent United Airlines flight, and we explore the alarming trend of anti-Muslim protests across America, from Arizona to Texas.
"She said, 'We are unauthorized to give unopened cans to people because they may use it as a WEAPON on the plane,'" Ahmad
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