(preneseno sa: Mostaski Behar)
Neki kažu da je satira, a neki kažu da je istina. Što god da je. ipak je više nego tužna slika najmoćnije zemlje na svijetu, koja drugima određuje sudbinu i odlučuje šta je dobro a šta loše. Čovjek bi mogao zaplakati kad pomisli koji je nivo neznanja, arogancije, primitivizma i svega ostalog utkano u sve ovo. Kao i uvijek, razum prestaje tamo gdje počinje mržnja.(SK)
Ne mogu prevoditi cijeli tekst, ali telegrafski stvari ovako teku:
Katolička časna sestra je bila sumnjiva, jer je njena odjeća (pokrivenost) ‘ličila’ na pokrivene muslimanske žene. U histeričnom strahu (ili mržnji, ko zna) pozvali su posadu da riješe stvari prije polijetanja. Kad su legitimisali ženu, ona je rekla da se zove Kora An, i to je onda tek izazvalo buru jer je ime zazvučalo kao Koran. Jedan od putnika ‘velikih znalaca’ je glasno rekao da muslimani ne jedu govedinu i pružio joj komad svoje šnicle da proba. Kad je ona odgovorila da je to dan kad pravi katolici ne jedu meso, publika je već donijela ‘presudu’, van s njom. I žena je morala iziži iz aviona…
From Plane for Wearing "Muslim Garb"
April 5, 2011DAYTON, OH – Sister Cora-Ann, a Catholic nun from the Our Lady of Grace Monastery in Dayton, Ohio got the surprise of her life yesterday, when she was asked to leave the plane she had just boarded at the OmahaInternationalAirport. "I had just sat down in my seat, and started to thank God for our blessings and recite a prayer in Latin", she recalled, when one of the passengers sitting next to me called the flight attendant. The passenger was Elizabeth Bennet, who later stated: "It is not that we were prejudiced, but she did seem very suspicious. She was dressed in Muslim garb and just before we were about to take off, she started mumbling something in an Arabian or Talibani-sounding language. What was I supposed to do?" Damien Thorn was a passenger seated in the adjacent row and said: "I knew there was something sinister about her, the moment she stepped into the plane. She was wearing those burqa clothes that you see the Iranian women wearing, and she only had a very small carry-on bag." The flight attendant responded to the call and asked Sister Cora-Ann for her name, boarding pass and a photo ID.
Blanche Dubois was another passenger sitting close to Sister Cora-Ann and explained: "Once I heard that her name sounded like Koran, I got worried. That does not mean that there is anything wrong with me, does it? I just did not want to die. I was so scared, that I just yelled out her name to all passengers." Mr. Okonkwo was a passenger seated a few rows behind and stated: "Once we all heard that the passenger's name was Koran, things started falling apart." Frodo Baggins, a frequent traveler, said he had heard that Muslims do not eat beef. "I did not think that she was Muslim, and to help her out, I took out some of my beef jerky and asked the lady to eat it to prove that she was not a Muslim."
However, Sister Cora-Ann politely refused the beef jerky and reminded the other passengers that it was the time of Lent, during which Catholics often abstain from eating meat. The unrest in the plane kept growing, because most passengers were now convinced that Sister Cora-Ann was indeed Muslim and they demanded that Sister Cora-Ann leave the plane. "I did not want to cause my fellow humans any distress, so I left the plane", she said.
"We were so happy that we could continue our journey", said Frodo Baggins. "Once she de-boarded, it felt like a huge burden was lifted from us." Apparently, there was indeed a Muslim on the plane, by the name of Abdullah Abdullah the 23rd, sitting in the last row. "Of course I knew that she was a Catholic nun and not a Muslim, because I went to a Catholic school and my favorite teachers were Catholic nuns." Abdullah Abdullah went on to say "But let us face it: If you are a Muslim on a plane and someone else is being asked to leave the plane, the best thing is to be quiet and enjoy the show!"