Everything You Need To Know About The Muslim Kamikaze EgyptAir’s Flight 804 Pilot

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Published on: May 23, 2016

More evidence is arising to show that the pilot of Flight 804 went suicide. People ask: if indeed the pilot went suicide ‘Muslim Kamikaze style’, why plunge the aircraft loaded with mostly Muslim passengers into the sea and how does that make any sense from an Islamic perspective on Jihadi martyrdom?

Answer: everything.

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But allow me to make my case first. Remember we still have the mystery of flight MH370 that disappeared without a closure. Some parts of the wreckage was found in the ocean. Shoebat.com back on December 30, 2014 reported: “A former Boeing 777 pilot has claimed missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 could have only veered off course due to sabotage.” “Is it a coincidence that this track managed to avoid Indonesian, Thai and then Indian military radar?” one Boeing 777 pilot asked. He also stipulates for air traffic control to lose secondary radar contact with MH370 someone would have had to interfere with the systems.” And as far back as March 14, 2014, Shoebat.com reported: “Sources told Reuters that the flight path of an unidentified aircraft, which investigators believe was MH370, followed a route with specific navigational waypoints, suggesting someone with aviation training was at the helm.” Last year, on April 16th, 2015, the BBCreported Captain Simon Hardy’s analysis of flight MH370 asking the questions that no one can answer:

He’s convinced about something that no pilot, no passenger, nobody in fact wants to think is possible – that the captain of the flight, Zaharie Shah, deliberately hid the plane from radar and flew it thousands of miles off course, before it came down in the ocean. He says the clues are in the route it took after it vanished from air traffic control. It turned back on itself and flew along the border of Malaysia and Thailand. “It flew in and out of the countries eight times,” he says. “This is probably very accurate flying rather than just a coincidence. As both air traffic controllers in both those countries would probably assume that the aircraft was in the other country’s jurisdiction and not pay it any attention … “We know what happened,” David Learmount, safety editor at Flight Global, has said of MH370. “There’s only one thing it can be – adeliberate act by someone on board, probably the captain.”

The “captain” is very likely to be the culprit, especially if he is Muslim. And this is not only the views of Hardy and Learmount, this view gained momentum, especially that the Australian investigators describe Hardy’s theory as “credible”.

We have been saying this way before all these researchers. This is no “conspiracy theory” but is the most plausible scenario. Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah has been identified by Malaysian police as the prime suspect. Hardy spent six months analysing the known MH370 data and concluded that the plane was:

“intentionally landed on the Indian Ocean and sank intact just 20 nautical miles (37km) outside the current search area.”

“landed” and “sank intact” instead of crashing, is perhaps a clue, perhaps not to an aviation expert, but an expert on the rules of Islamic martyrdom.

This would be us. Since 2014, we had stated to expect this type of soft crashing will occur over and over and over. And just like Muslim Jihadis will plunge planes into the Twin Towers, it will take years before the West say “Islam and the Kamikaze have much in common,” but with a little caveat, in Islam, landing on water is crucial Jihadi theology (more on that later).

First of all, a flaperon was found from MH370 and it does not rule out Hardy’s theory and in fact supports it. This is one piece that will roughly hit the water and come loose. No matter how you land on water, ask any pilot, it is no soft landing.

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But what Hardy was not aware of, is that in Islam, it is not only the warrior in battle who is considered “martyr”. Hardy’s theory is most likely true (I do not trust the aviation experts from Muslim nations). The pilot, Mr.Shah, on MH370, as well as Muhammad Shakeer of Egypt Flight 804, were designing a meticulous plan, not just on how he weaved through all the detection, but he must have meticulously considered his fate: drowning. On Flight 804, we know that usually the pilot takes control on takeoff and before landing. The incident of flight 804 was the latter, just when there is a switch.

And it is here that we come to the source, the mind, the theology and from our own experience as x-terrorist. It is difficult for westerners to comprehend the mindset unless they’ve been there and done that and sat in class in Bethlehem where our Muslim Brotherhood teacher Sheikh Zacharia would tell us of the benefits of dying drowning. In Islam, most Muslims know (which most westerners are oblivious to), when a Muslim dies by drowning, he is automatically considered a “martyr” and is perhaps why Shah, like Shakeer of flight 804 “landed” on water. Death due to an impact on a building spoils the recipe where Muslim passengers would lose that status. Under the classification of martyrdom in Islam, it clearly states:

“… he who dies of a stomach disease is a martyr; and he who is drowned is a martyr.” [Sahih Muslim].

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Shah in a mosque

What is also conclusive, is that Captain Shah, like Shakeer of Flight 804, was Muslim fundamentalist.

Shah was an activist fighting for the release of his Islamist Malaysian opposition politician Anwar Ibrahim, who has been jailed on sex charges that his supporters (including Shah) say are trumped-up. Here Ibrahim can be seen with the top spiritual guide of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi. And below that, Shakeer, the pilot of Egypt flight 804 can be seen with his friend Amr Khaled, a major Islamic Jihadist who is also linked to the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Amr Khaled: “I was with Captain Mohammed Ahmad Shakeer in the plane that is missing in one of my journeys. He is the kindest of pilots whom I travelled with. May Allah have mercy on him and give patience to his family. I hope who reads my words to pray for him and the rest of the passenger”

Shakeer’s link to Amr Khaled, just like Shah’s link with Anwar Ibrahim should raise some serious alarm bells. Both Ibrahim and Khaled are linked to their love to the Muslim spiritual leader, Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi.

Anyone can click to see the man is a Muslim Brotherhood operative. He openly aided and abetted terrorists. Both Shah and Shakeer are Islamists. A suicide act is not considered terrorism by the West. But they better start adjusting their policies. Although Shah’s drowning and most likely Shakeer’s was intentional, many will object, “suicide” they say is forbidden in Islam.

But this is incorrect when you add in the theology of an Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood.

This is one discussion amongst Islamists which the West are ignorant about. Westerners need to remember, Islam, its students, its fascination, its goals, everything about the religion is linked to stories in the past. A Muslim is an elephant who never forgets the past history. When I was Muslim, the story is known of the suicide of 700 Muslims on a ship which they deliberately sank and committed mass suicide.

Why suicide? Instead of surrendering the ship to Richard The Lionheart, they chose to poke holes in it and drown with it. They were considered “martyrs”. All one has to do is read the works of the famed terrorist, Anwar Al-Awlaki’. Al-Awlaki was finally killed by an American drone. He tells the story:

“If the intentions of the Muslim are good and for the sake of Allah then he [the one who drowns] is a shaheed [martyr] whether he died by the enemy or by his own hands. It is the intention that counts … Salahudeen counted the [700] casualties as martyrs in the path of Allah.”

Many of the silly comments I get, comes mostly from naive Americans who ask “why kill Muslims on board”? This is rather a stupid question, especially when these Americans who ask have witnessed 911. The pilots in the Muslim view are actually doing their passengers a favor. They are assuring their salvation since they died by drowning, all who drown are “martyrs” and are assured paradise.

Under the Muslim jurisprudence of Muruna and “the necessities of the group,” the spiritual head of Egyptian Islamists, Sheikh Yusuf Qaradawi himself explains:

As Sharia considers the individual needs, it permitted many prohibitions and considers the necessities of the community.

Qaradawi is not short of examples and even commands the “killing of Muslims whom the unbelievers use as shields”:

Leaving these unbelievers is a danger to the Muslims, so it is permissible to kill these unbelievers even if they killed Muslims with them in the process.

Only the stupid in Egypt is unaware of all this. Everyone who is Islamist knows this jurisprudence.

These two flights are not the only ones in which are presumed suicide despite denial by the Muslim leaning governments of Indonesia and Egypt. EgyptAir Flight 990, it too is denied the ‘Muslim Kamikaze’ status, yet it was confirmed ‘suicide’ by western experts.

And that one did not happen overseas. This was a regularly scheduled flight from Los Angeles International Airport, United States, to Cairo International Airport, Egypt, with a stop at John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York City. On 31 October 1999, the Boeing 767 operating the route crashed into the Atlantic Ocean about 60 miles (100 km) south of Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, killing all 217 people on board. The official “probable cause” of the crash was deliberate action by the relief first officer. That crash too occurred in waters.

While Muslim Egypt huffed and puffed in denial, the NTSB investigation (can’t get anymore reputable than that) fairly quickly centered on the actions of the relief first officer, Gameel Al-Batouti, and this drew relatively minor criticism from Egyptians. The NTSB determined that the only way for the observed split elevator condition to occur was if the left seat pilot (the captain’s position) was commanding nose up while the right seat pilot (the first officer’s position) commanded nose down. As the Egyptian investigation forwarded various mechanical failure scenarios, they were each tested by the NTSB and found not to match the factual evidence.

Now the West will deal for years with the collective denial by Egypt regarding flight 804 with all sorts of theories. Luckily Flight 990 crashed on American waters and this is why we have the truth.

Listen up, no airline, especially an airline in a Muslim nation, wants travelers to think that the most entrusted individual, the captain, would kill his passengers. This would be more devastating than a bomb planted via access to restricted areas of Charles de Gaulle airport. This way they get to blame the French.

The NTSB concluded that no mechanical failure scenario either they or the Egyptians could come up with matched the evidence on the ground, and that even if mechanical failure had been experienced, the 767’s design made the situation recoverable.

The NTSB’s final report was issued on 21 March 2002, after a two-year investigation, and concluded that the crash was a suicide by pilot.

Hiring Muslim pilots can be hazardous to the health of the airline industry. Call it racism or whatever, anyone who does not like such realities can bang their head on the Wailing Wall or choose to drown drinking the sea in Gaza. An honest reporter usually hurts a ton of feelings.

I am here to simply give you the facts, stupid. Muslim nations will always play with the facts.

Islamic sanctioned suicide comes in different flavors. Regarding another AirAsia Flight QZ8501’s fuselage which it too has been found in the Java Sea. Flight QZ8501 Captain Iriyanto (I access the local news in Indonesian, not the news in English), there I find out very similar patterns to flight 804 Egypt Air who was a devout Muslim. Translating from Indonesian I find the following: “Iriyanto was also active in the community as a board member and chairman of the mosque at his residence in Pondok Jati Block BC 12 Village Pagerwojo, Buduran, Sidoarjo.” “In addition to serving as Chairman of RT 39, Iriyanto also served as a board leader of Masjid Nurul Yaqin, which is located in the housing complex.” “He was also diligent in worship. When everyone was at home, he would certainly be seen praying in congregation in the mosque”.

He also spent nearly a decade as an airman for the Indonesian military. The jets he flew were used in missions until the end of the 20th century and were reportedly responsible for the annihilation of about one-third of East Timor’s predominantly Christian population.

With the Egypt Air flight 804, Osama Abdel Basset, the captain in charge of the air hospitality in Egyptian Air says it all: “The Captain Mohammed Shakeer, the pilot of that fateful flight” had organized a “last supper” knowing he is “about to die”:

he called on his colleagues before the incident a few days to lunch at his house hinting that the end is near, the end of his life that is, and that he is ready to meet his maker and gave his farewell. He was bidding them [his friends] farewell with words that came out of his mouth for the first time in his life”

Al-Hurra News even titled its article “The Call Of Death Embrace The Pilot Of The Egyptian Plane During His Last Supper”. Even the Telegraph, in English, picked up and jotted some behavior while ignoring the clues

“Cabin crew and fellow pilots paid tribute to Captain Mohammed Shakir, a cheerful and religious man who would pray on board and help others find thedirection of Mecca using the flight’s navigation equipment.”

While the media speaks of the differences between flights (and there are differences), so far we have even more serious similarities. These flights had Muslim pilots, had a high possibility of turning off transponders, they veer off course and had no trace and made no distress signals or calls.

Such scenarios make the probabilities of an accident less likely and the probabilities of foul play very likely. For unknown reasons to this day, this particular Flight 804, the Boeing 777 on flight MH370 veered off their original flight path and did not send any distress signal, similar to flight QZ8501.

One friend even added Shakeer’s own statements that he is “dying” and was always remarking: “I see one grey hair sprout on my head on every take off and another grey hair sprout every time I land” reports one news source. His brother Bahjat Shakeer statement should also sound alarm bells:

“my brother Mohammed [the pilot] called me before he took off on that fateful day and asked me to pray for him and I do consider him a martyr”.

A “martyr” that is by “drowning”. This is conclusive. Even in flight QZ8501, the cries of “Allahu Akbar” from the cockpit was confirmed, but they ruled out terrorism, of course, since by western definition, Islamic terrorism is only considered “terrorism” when Muslims are ‘martyred’ for a political cause and this does not include “personal martyrdom”.

EgyptAir Flight 804 had connections with one of the most radical preachers and terror supporters in Egypt. For detailed evidence on this please click here.

In conclusion, it was Muslim terrorism that caused us to invent solid cockpit doors. Tomorrow they will invent bathrooms in the cockpit. This way there is no chance of a hijack. Nothing will work if the pilot is Muslim who is set on martyrdom despite that Egypt Air Flight 804 had three security guards.

There is only one solution. Muslims cannot become pilots. Will the West get to that phase? No. As I said, only death-toll is the lesson number one that westerners will understand. While this will keep us busy at Shoebat.com telling the hen that foxes should remain outside the chicken coup, it serves our other mission; the west will heed to the faith of their fathers, Christianity, that knew how to fight Islam much better than these sleeping chickens.

Article posted with permission from Shoebat.com

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