The CEO of one of the world’s largest airlines said Muslim men are more likely to be ‘bombers’ and should be profiled at airports
The CEO of one of the world’s largest airlines is facing criticism after saying Muslim men should be profiled at airports.
Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary, 58, made the comment during an interview with The Times, saying that “males of a Muslim persuasion” who are traveling alone are more likely to be “bombers” and pose a higher risk to airlines than other passengers.
He went on to say that profiling of Muslim families doesn’t have to be as strict because “the chances [they] are going to blow them all up is zero.”
Source: Business Insider