Sure, I received a refund, but nothing can pay me back for the humiliation and shock I felt.
I flew back on Delta that night, not daring to speak a word the entire flight
I got back home to my room, but this could not end here.
From: Council of American-Islamic Relations Subject: Southwest Flight Hello Khairuldeen, I'm very sorry to hear about this terrible occurrence. This is the latest sign of an alarming trend. It's frightening on an individual level. This story is frightening when it's a singular incident and it's problematic that there are numerous complaints against Southwest and others this year. This has just become the new normal for Muslims while flying.
2 years since the incident, I make it my goal to educate everyone I meet about the issues surrounding being Muslim in America and how they can help. With no formal apology ever given to me by Southwest, I have not flown with them since, and today marks the day I have finally filed a lawsuit against the airline. This was unacceptable and I will not rest until I know no one else will ever go through the terror I faced.
You need to be very honest with us with what you said about the martyr. Tell us everything you know about the martrys.
Southwest will not be flying you back. You may go now