The Muslim states of OPEC have taken in about ten trillion dollars in the past one-third of a century. They have spent much of that money on wage-slaves, from Americans and Europeans at the top (doctors, oilfield engineers, and so on), then Koreans (construction of every kind) all the way down to those Filipino nurses, those chauffeurs from the subcontinent, those Thai and Indonesian house slaves (and slaves, some of them, in other obvious ways as well). But with what has been left over from their pleasure palaces, their guarantees of free everything to their own citizens and of nothing to anyone else, they have had hundreds of billions left over for the duty of Jihad.
They have bought hundreds of billions of dollars worth of arms, the most up-to-date arms they can get. Some of those arms were put to use, as we all know, in the Iran-Iraq War (the best thing, for Infidels, to have happened, to promote division and confusion and alarm in the Muslim world since the defeat of 1967 — but that earlier conflict took place before the OPEC bonanza appeared).
Surely the Saudis, who have paid for mosques all over the West, including mosques a mile from the Vatican, and in Paris, and London, and major cities in Italy and Holland and Germany, and all over North America, and who not only pay the tens of millions of dollars these mosques cost, but pay also for their upkeep, and pay furthermore large sums for madrasas, and for propaganda, and armies of Western hirelings, and magazines spouting their propaganda, and buy large, and obviously controlling, at times, interests in major media companies, have plenty left over. After all, they take in a billion or so every day or two — and all without doing a thing, without lifting a finger. And so do does Kuwait, and the U.A.E. And so do another five or six or seven Muslim states.
Given that these Muslim countries are moving heaven and earth to promote the cause of Islam and to make things as easy for Muslims in the West, making sure they can conduct their Muslim lives and establish themselves permanently deep behind what Muslims themselves are taught to consider enemy lines, the Dar al-Harb, should it be beyond the wit and pocketbook of these fabulously rich Arabs to pay for a worldwide Air Islam? If they won’t pay for a regular airline, they could at least spring for a collection of charters that will be for Muslims only, and on which only halal food will be served, and there will be no need to have any undue contact with Infidels — that toilet-seat, those faucets the “unclean” hands of “najis” Infidels have touched (if you are a Shi’a Muslim, anyway). Muslims will have no need to sit by someone who might just open his lunchback and pull out a ham-and-cheese sandwich, or a bucket of ribs barbecued North Carolina style. No need for a Muslim woman to sit next to, or perhaps between, two dangerous men — how would she gracefully go in and out without inadvertently having some part of her body perhaps touch some part of theirs, setting them all aflame? And still worse, still more unappealing, still more intolerable — so much so that it makes you, a good Muslim, want to scream in anguish, is the possibility that such men would be Infidels.
And now this: Dr. Ahmed Farooq, a very devout Muslim, is removed from a plane after chanting his prayers, and we are told that the Infidels should not have removed him. Can’t have it. Just as, in Denmark, we can’t have the exercise of the right of free speech. Or in France, we can’t have the French state, or its Ministry of Education, enforce the laic rules of that state, and we can’t have that Ministry of Education assign offensive topics to students — the French kings, the French Revolution, World War II and the Holocaust, not to mention such writers as Voltaire with his blasphemous play “Mahomet” and Montaigne with is “Que scais-je?” skepticism, and so many others.
So why should we accept the Infidel nation-states and their ideas of what constitutes safety, or freedom from anxiety for Infidels? Why should Infidels be free from anxiety, if that anxiety gets in the way of the ability of Muslims to do what they want, when they want, where they want?
But wait. Remember, this is the United States. Muslim numbers are not yet great enough — that, and that alone, explains the so-called difference between the position of Muslims in the United States and those in Europe, which both The New Duranty Times and The Boston Globe and so many other papers and radio and television programs have been devoted to. “It Can’t Happen Here” is the theme, but of course it can and will happen: there is not a separate Qur’an and Hadith and Sira for Muslims in America, different from that available to them in Europe or in Iran, or Egypt, or Saudi Arabia, or Pakistan. So for the moment we will have to not press this point.
What to do?
Here’s a solution. The rich Arabs should simply have a fleet of planes, modest at first, and supplemented by planes that can be chartered — small or large. This will be that Air Islam. Then suppose Dr. Ahmed Farooq, a very devout Muslim, with all that that implies (for all that that implies, please see Sura 9.29 and Sura 9.5 to begin with, then go from there), needs to get from Canada to California and back. He calls Air Islam, the totally-subsidized service of a consortium, funded by the governments of Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, U.AE., Libya, Algeria, Iran, Iraq, Oman, and by rich Pakistani zamindars and rich Muslims in Brazil, or in that dangerous “triangle” between Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay, about which we do not hear nearly enough. Dr. Ahmed Farooq calls up Air Islam (operators are standing by) and tells them when he wishes to go and when he wishes to return. And if there is only Dr. Farooq himself, then a small plane is dispatched to take him — but a plane nonetheless. If he doesn’t like that small plane, then he is still free to travel, perhaps (we’ll see about that) on an Infidel airline, with the safety and freedom-from-anxiety that it attempts to offer its overwhelmingly Infidel clientele, or perhaps by train or bus. It’s his choice.
After all, if I take a Muslim-owned airline in the Muslim world, and passengers prostrate themselves or pray in Arabic, I expect it. I have assumed whatever risk or anxiety I, as an Infidel, might feel (actually, of course, on Royal Saudi Air one or Air Maroc or Pakistan Airlines, if such prayers are uttered and bodies prostrated, one would not be alarmed as one would be, for very good reason, if this were to take place on an Infidel airline, over Infidel airspace).
That should satisfy everyone.
Or have I missed something?