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Economist Removed from Plane for Scribbling Math




The seatmate was wrong to think the scribbling was Arabic, but was right to be alarmed.


(p. A13) In May [2016], an Italian economist from the University of Pennsylvania was removed from an American Airlines flight in Philadelphia after his seatmate became alarmed, thinking that the math he was scribbling on a piece of paper was Arabic, The Washington Post reported.


For the full story, see:

CHRISTINE HAUSER. "American Airlines Orders 2 Muslim American Women Off a Long-Delayed Flight." The New York Times (Sat., AUG. 5, 2016): A13.

(Note: bracketed year added.)

(Note: the online version of the story has the date AUG. 5, 2016, and has the title "2 Muslim American Women Ordered Off American Airlines Flight.")






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