Andreas Lubitz recently converted to Muslim, this according to Michael Mannheimer, a writer for German PI-News.
Translation from German:
All evidence indicates that the copilot of Airbus machine in his six-months break during his training as a pilot in Germanwings, converted to Islam Continue reading
The Malaysia Airlines website was hacked by a group claiming be aligned with the Islamic State extremist group, Lizard Squad.
The airline lost two aircraft last year resulting in 537 people dead or missing.
The browser window of the website, www.malaysiaairlines.com, said “ISIS WILL PREVAIL” and the airline’s ticket booking and other services were unavailable. Instead, a full-screen picture of a Malaysia Airlines Airbus Group NV. Continue reading
According to officials investigating the AirAsia crash, the last words revealed on the black box was “Allahu Akbar!”
A person can be heard yelling, “Allah is Greatest! Allah is Greatest!”
Investigator Nurcahyo Utomo an expert examiner blackbox recording of National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC). Continue reading
Amid the chaos at Philadelphia airport over an airliner that had to abort takeoff after the nose gear collapsed, this female passenger had the presence of mind to snap a selfie. The first of its kind.
“So my plane just crashed … I almost died,” @han_horan Tweeted. “So yup,” she added with her face angled before the wrecked plane and buzzing emergency crews. source
Drew Barrymore was once married in Vegas, at the “Little White Wedding ‘Drive-Thru’ Chapel”, while relaxing in the back of a limo.
A church in Ft. Lauderdale, FL is now offering convenient ‘prayer services’ via drive-thru, just like the Vegas Chapel or like a hamburger joint, and the best part is, is that it’s free.
Christian Life Center of Ft. Lauderdale opens their drive-thru up on Fridays, where church volunteers await random people who need help praying about various situations going on in their lives.
The church’s Outreach Pastor Sol Levy, tells the Sun-Sentinel, that ‘many who pass through have never been inside a church and are often at the end of their rope’. People just pull up in their cars, then they stop and pray whilst sitting in their car, and then they’re off on their ‘hopefully’ merry way.
The drive-thru praying service has been open for about a month, and the church says they’ve prayed with about 150 people so far.