"Since that time, we have researched the event internally and also reached out to the customer.
"The internal review determined that it was the content of the conversation, not the language used, that prompted the report leading to the investigation.
My visits to the prisoners are part of my humanitarian and moral activism,” he said shortly after a three-hour police questioning at the national serious crimes unit of the Israel Police in Lod.“The prisoners are suffering under difficult conditions, and dealing with this issue is part of my public and parliamentary work, which I am carrying out responsibly. We are entering and leaving these interrogations with our heads held high,” he said."It is clear these individuals sought to violate that priority." Mr Saleh released a statement upon returning home to New York City.He said: "Delta has been called out previously for racial matters.The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has filed a complaint with the US Department of Transportation Office of Aviation Enforcement and Proceedings against Southwest Airlines for "racial and religious profiling of a Muslim passenger".
"We don't want this to become 'normal'," said Saba Maher, civil rights coordinator of the local CAIR chapter. The experience [in April] was just unpleasant," he said.
Redditor Chain187 posted an image of what appeared to be a boarding pass for a 21 December flight from Heathrow to New York alongside his claim.
They said: "I was sat two seats away from them [sic] internet prankster and his friend.
"He shouted it across the plane and the first two times I thought he was shouting maybe a friend or something.
A couple of passengers after the second time said they were making themselves and their young children uncomfortable and could they shut up.
Neither of them was on any phone call I could hear them talking in plain American English.