Taroudant - A Moroccan man was forced to leave an Air France flight in the Kastrup Airport in Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, upon another passenger’s complaint.
Taroudant – A Moroccan man was forced to leave an Air France flight in the Kastrup Airport in Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, upon another passenger’s complaint.
The Daily Sabah, citing Anadolu Agency, reported on Tuesday that the Moroccan man, who was praying and started watching a religious movie, was forced out of the French airplane prior to takeoff after another passenger made a complaint about him.
The Moroccan young man, 20, was reportedly on his way back home through Paris after he attended a competition in Sweden.
The young man missed his flight because of a suspicious passenger who made a complaint about him after he saw him praying and watching a religious movie.
Forced out from the plane, airport police searched the Moroccan’s bag, but could not find anything suspicious. He was released and has reportedly taken another flight to Morocco.
The Paris terrorist Attacks on November 13 increased the feelings of insecurity among travelers, intensifying negative perception of Muslims in Europe and America.
The Bristol Post news portal reported on Monday that a Muslim man “was thrown off” a National Express passenger bus in Bristol after a passenger said they felt “uncomfortable” traveling with a Muslim.
Last month, two Palestinian men were briefly stopped from boarding a flight from Chicago after another passenger overheard them speaking Arabic.
The two Arabs were subject to strict screening and investigation.