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The woman who was kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight after demanding dogs be removed from the plane has been identified as Muslim professor Anila Daulatzai, who teaches at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Daulatzai was kicked off a flight to Los Angeles on Tuesday after demanding two dogs be removed from the plane because she has "life-threatening allergies."
She was unable to produce any documentation to prove this fact and was kicked off the flight in accordance with Southwest's stated policies which explicitly forbid passengers from claiming a life-threatening allergic reaction to animals without a medical certificate.
Speculation is rife she demanded the dogs be removed because Muslims view dogs as unclean.
"Might this incident have had something to do with the fact that Islam hates dogs?" Jihad Watch's Robert Spencer asked.
Spencer cited several references to dogs from Islamic texts:
“Once Gabriel promised the Prophet (that he would visit him, but Gabriel did not come) and later on he said, ‘We, angels, do not enter a house which contains a picture or a dog.’” — Sahih Bukhari 4.54.50Dogs are regularly killed in Muslim countries.
A Muslim cab driver made headlines in the UK last year for refusing to transport a blind man along with his guide dog because it was "against his religion."
It's not hard to put two and two together.
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