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Potential Muslim terrorist hijacking behind Malaysian airplane crash


Apart from other accidental and technical causes it would not be surprising if terrorism or hijacking could be a valid cause considering the Malaysian government has done everything in their power to help and fuel their fanatic cult and hatred of other people.

So, if security services around the world rule in a terrorist hijack why are these Malaysian Muslims crying over the loss of their relatives and friends? They want Islam. They got Islam. They should be happy. Or is the loss only suppose to be intended for non-Muslims.

Senior experienced airline expert on the flight did not make a single emergency call. Two “people” have been found to have boarded with stolen European passports.

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Co-pilot Fariq Ab Hamid, 27 and pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53.

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Was it a terror attack? Two people aboard Boeing 777 that disappeared over Vietnam were traveling on STOLEN PASSPORTS as missing U.S passengers identified as IBM exec and two toddlers

  • Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur at 12.21am
  • Vietnamese Navy detected emergency signal 153 miles out to sea
  • Flight MH370 declared missing nearly 90 minutes after it was due to land
  • Malaysian Transport Minister said ‘no crash site has been found’
  • 227 passengers and 12 crew were from 14 different countries including Malaysia, China, U.S., France, Canada, and Australia
  • Three Americans, including two toddlers, feared dead
  • IBM employee Philip Wood, 51, identified as sole adult American national aboard the missing plane
  • Two passengers believed to have been travelling on a stolen passports
  • Aviation expert Chris Yates said the aircraft will not have been carrying enough fuel to still be flying and ‘will have crashed’
  • He said the investigation will look at two areas, the maintenance of the aircraft and possible terrorism
  • Vietnamese air force spot two oil slicks suspected to be from the wreckage

By Richard Shears and Lizzie Parry

PUBLISHED: 00:56, 8 March 2014 | DailyMail

Missing American: The sole adult passenger traveling aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight on a U.S. passport has been identified as IBM executive Philip Wood, 51, who worked in Kuala Lumpur

Missing American: The sole adult passenger traveling aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight on a U.S. passport has been identified as IBM executive Philip Wood, 51, who worked in Kuala Lumpur

An American national working for IBM in Malaysia has been identified as one of the passengers traveling aboard the Malaysian Airlines plane that vanished off the coast of Vietnam as new information concerning stolen passports has raised fears that it may have been an act of terror.

Philip Wood, 51, was identified as the only adult passenger traveling on a U.S. passport on Flight MH307. Two other American travelers have been named as toddlers Leo Meng, 2, and Nicole Meng, 4.

Earlier today, two oil slicks were spotted by the Vietnamese air force earlier today, as the major search and rescue operation was launched when the aircraft disappeared shortly after losing contact with air traffic controllers.

The Boeing 777, with 227 passengers and 12 crew members on board, took off from Kuala Lumpur at 12.21am (4.21pm GMT) bound for Beijing, where it was expected to land at 6.30am (10.30pm GMT). Among them were three Americans, including two toddlers.

But after reaching 35,000ft and 120 nautical miles off the coast of the Malaysian town of Kota Bharu the plane vanished, prompting fears the aircraft ‘could have crashed’.

As Malaysian Airlines released a full list of the passengers on board – including five children aged two to four years old – it emerged two passengers were traveling on stolen passports.

Anxious: Families of those on board the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH307 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, face an anxious wait for news of the search mission at Kuala Lumpur airport

Anxious: Families of those on board the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH307 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, face an anxious wait for news of the search mission at Kuala Lumpur airport

Victims: This handout picture taken on March 7, 2014 and released by Hamid Ramlan shows his daughter Norliakmar Hamid (second right) and her husband Razahan Zamani (right), who were passengers on a missing Malaysia Airlines flight

Victims: This handout picture taken on March 7, 2014 and released by Hamid Ramlan shows his daughter Norliakmar Hamid (second right) and her husband Razahan Zamani (right), who were passengers on a missing Malaysia Airlines flight

Grief: Family and friends waiting for the plane to arrive break down as they hear the jet has gone missing. The flight vanished off the coast of Vietnam around two hours after taking off

Grief: Family and friends waiting for the plane to arrive break down as they hear the jet has gone missing. The flight vanished off the coast of Vietnam around two hours after taking off

Despair: There were 227 passengers and 12 crew members on board Flight MH370, from 14 different nations

Despair: There were 227 passengers and 12 crew members on board Flight MH370, from 14 different nations

Luigi Maraldi, 27, was listed as the sole Italian national aboard the missing flight, but according to his father, he never made it to the plane.

‘Luigi called us early this morning to reassure us he was fine, but we didn’t know about the accident,’ Walter Maraldi told NBC News. ‘Thank God he heard about it before us.’

The name of an Austrian citizen also appeared on the passenger manifest, but the European nation’s foreign ministry stated that the man was safe back home, and that his passport had been stolen.

Officials from Italy and Austria confirmed that the travel documents of both men were reported stolen in Thailand.

A list of passenger names posted at the Beijing airport, apparently by Chinese authorities, listed three U.S. passport holders: Philip Tallmadge Wood, 51; Nicole Meng, 4; and Leo Meng, 2.

Wood is believed to be an IBM technical storage executive who began working in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, only three months ago, according to his LinkedIn profile.

As the air search was abandoned overnight, aviation expert Chris Yates said the plane would not be carrying enough fuel to still be in the air and would ‘definitely have crashed’.

He told Sky News: ‘Frankly the plane would not have been carrying enough fuel to stay aloft much longer than an hour after it was due to arrive in Beijing.

‘We simply don’t know the circumstances behind what caused that crash at the moment.

‘There will be two areas for the investigation: the maintenance of the aircraft and also possible terrorism.’

Troubled waters: A fisherman works on his boat near a local naval base at Phu Quoc island, in the waters of southern Vietnam, where a Malaysian Airlines jet was presumed lost

Troubled waters: A fisherman works on his boat near a local naval base at Phu Quoc island, in the waters of southern Vietnam, where a Malaysian Airlines jet was presumed lost

Search by sea: A Vietnam coast guard ship is seen anchored at a local naval base at Phu Quoc island

Search by sea: A Vietnam coast guard ship is seen anchored at a local naval base at Phu Quoc island

Concern: The arrivals board at Beijing Airport listed flight MH370 as being delayed

Concern: The arrivals board at Beijing Airport listed flight MH370 as being delayed

Desperate: Relatives waiting for news have been booked into a hotel at Beijing Airport

Desperate: Relatives waiting for news have been booked into a hotel at Beijing Airport

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said there has been no sign of the missing plane.

He said search operations in an area about midway between Malaysia and Vietnam’s southern coast were being intensified.

It comes as the Vietnamese air force reports it has spotted two oil slicks, thought to be from the wreckage of the crash.

A Vietnamese government statement said the slicks were spotted off the southern tip of Vietnam.

They were each between six miles and nine miles long, officials said.

The statement said the slicks were consistent with the kinds that would be left by fuel from a crashed jetliner, but it was not clear if they were connected to the missing aircraft.

‘Vietnam rescue airplanes saw two oil spills and one smoke column in the area around 150 miles west of Tho Chu island, but we can’t confirm it’s from that Malaysia plane,’ said Pham Quy Tieu, vice minister of transportation.

‘We sent two maritime boats and some military boats there to clarify, each boat with about 20 people. The oil spills are about 15km (9.3 miles) long. Those boats will be there in about three to four hours.’

Less than one hour after Flight MH370 left Kuala Lumpur for Beijing, the plane disappeared from radar.

Malaysia Airlines CEO Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said there was no indication that the pilots sent a distress signal. The fact that there was apparently no call for help suggests that whatever happened to the flight occurred quickly.

‘We are doing everything in our power to locate the plane. We are doing everything we can to ensure every possible angle has been addressed’

– Malaysian transport minister Hishamuddin Hussein

‘We are doing everything in our power to locate the plane. We are doing everything we can to ensure every possible angle has been addressed,’ Transport Minister Hishamuddin Hussein told reporters near the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

‘We are looking for accurate information from the Malaysian military. They are waiting for information from the Vietnamese side,’ he said.

Ships in the area have been involved, scouring the vast site for signs of a wreckage.

Malaysian Airlines has confirmed the majority of those on board are from Malaysia and China, with three Americans, two Canadians and seven Australians and passengers from France.

Vietnamese state media, quoting a senior naval official, had reported that the Boeing 777-200ER flight had crashed off south Vietnam, but those reports have been denied, with the plane listed as ‘missing’.

The Vietnamese Navy confirmed it detected the aircraft’s emergency locator signal 153 miles south of Phu Quoc island in the South China sea.

Admiral Ngo Van Phat told the Vietnamese newspaper Tuoi Tre that radar showed the aircraft had crashed into the sea off the southern tip of Vietnam, close to the border with Cambodia.

This screengrab from flightradar24.com shows the last reported position of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, which disappeared over the South China Sea on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

TIMELINE OF FLIGHT MH307

12.21am (4.21pm GMT): Flight MH307 takes off from Kuala Lumpur airport

1.21am (5.21pm GMT): The flight failed to check in as scheduled while flying between Malaysia and Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

2.40am (6.40pm GMT): The flight loses contact with air traffic controllers

6.30am (10.30pm GMT): The flight was scheduled to land at Beijing

7.54am (11.54pm GMT): The airline issued a statement saying it had not landed and was officially missing

The paper later reported the Admiral qualifying his statement, saying the radar had revealed the presumed crash site.

Malaysian naval vessels saw no immediate sign of wreckage when they reached the maritime area off the country’s northeast coast this morning, a senior rescue official said.

Malaysia has sent three maritime enforcement ships and a navy vessel to the area, backed by three helicopters, a Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency official said.

‘Our aircraft asset spotted an orange speck in the sea where the last signal came from. We sent a vessel to search the area and it was confirmed that it was nothing,’ he said.

The signal picked up by the Navy is believed to be the Emergency Locator Transmittor, which can be activated manually by the flight crew or automatically upon impact.

Crying relatives of Chinese passengers on board the plane wept at Beijing airport earlier today as it became clear the jet had probably crashed.

An unconfirmed report on a flight tracking website said the aircraft had plunged 650ft and changed course shortly before all contact was lost.

The route would have taken flight MH370, a B777-200 aircraft, across the Malaysian mainland in a north-easterly direction and then across the Gulf of Thailand.

Fears 239 may have died in air crash as plane vanishes

Shock: Distressed relatives wait for news of the Malaysia Airlines plane which was due to land in Beijing. Malaysia's Transport Minister said 14 hours into the massive search and rescue mission, that 'no crash site' has been located

Shock: Distressed relatives wait for news of the Malaysia Airlines plane which was due to land in Beijing. Malaysia’s Transport Minister said 14 hours into the massive search and rescue mission, that ‘no crash site’ has been located

Missing: Flight MH370 was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it lost contact over Vietnam

Missing: Flight MH370 was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it lost contact over Vietnam

Notice: A message written on a board at Beijing Airport tells relatives the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 is delayed

Notice: A message written on a board at Beijing Airport tells relatives the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 is delayed.

Those on the flight included two American toddlers and a Chinese baby, and 12 crew members, Malaysian Airlines said in a statement, adding it was working with all authorities in the region and search and rescue teams had been mobilized.

The aircraft had been due to land in Beijing at 6.30am local time but at 7.54am the airline issued a statement saying it had not landed and was officially missing.

Airline graphic

It said there were 152 passengers from China, 38 from Malaysia, seven from Indonesia, six from Australia, five from India, three from the U.S., and others from Indonesia, France, New Zealand, Canada, Ukraine, Russia, Taiwan and the Netherlands.

Chinese state media said 24 Chinese artists and family members, who were in Kuala Lumpur for an art exchange program, were aboard. The Sichuan provincial government said Zhang Jinquan, a well-known calligrapher, was on the flight.

The pilot of the passenger plane is Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, a 53-year-old Malaysia who joined the airline in 1981.

His co-pilot was 27-year-old First Officer Fariq Ab. Hamid, also from Malaysia, who joined the airline in 2007.

If the aircraft has crashed, and all the passengers and crew are killed, it would the deadliest aviation incident since November 2001.

In that incident, 265 people died after an American Airlines Airbus A300 crashed in Belle Harbor, Queens, after leaving JFK Airport in New York. The deaths included five people on the ground.

MAS Operations Control Vice President Fuad Sharuji said: ‘We tried to call this aircraft through various means,’ adding that it was carrying fuel for 7.5 hours when it disappeared.

Lai Xuan Thanh, director of Vietnam’s civil aviation authority, said the plane was over the sea and bound for Vietnamese airspace but air traffic officials in the country were never able to make contact.

The plane ‘lost all contact and radar signal one minute before it entered Vietnam’s air traffic control,’ Lieutenant General Vo Van Tuan, deputy chief of staff of the Vietnamese army, said in a statement issued by the government.

More than 10 hours after last contact, officials from several countries were struggling to locate the plane.

All countries in the possible flight path of the missing aircraft were performing a ‘communications and radio search’, John Andrews, deputy chief of the Philippines’ civil aviation agency, said.

Xinhua said China has sent two maritime rescue ships to the South China Sea to help in the search and rescue efforts.

‘It couldn’t possibly be in the air because it would have run out of oil by now,’ Shukor Yusof, an aviation analyst at S&P Capital IQ, said.

‘It’s either on the ground somewhere, intact, or possibly it has gone down in the water.’

Aviation experts said that if the report of the aircraft suddenly plunging was correct it could be due to a number of factors.

Long wait: A Malaysian man with relatives on the plane arrives at Beijing airport. An unconfirmed report on a flight tracking website said the aircraft had plunged 650ft and changed course shortly before all contact was lost

Long wait: A Malaysian man with relatives on the plane arrives at Beijing airport. An unconfirmed report on a flight tracking website said the aircraft had plunged 650ft and changed course shortly before all contact was lost

Devastating: A woman cries in Beijing airport as she waits to hear information about her family

Devastating: A woman cries in Beijing airport as she waits to hear information about her family

Anxious: A man with family on the missing flight is escorted to the relatives room at Kuala Lumpur airport

Anxious: A man with family on the missing flight is escorted to the relatives room at Kuala Lumpur airport

‘CRASH’ WOULD BE DEADLIEST IN PLANE’S 19-YEAR HISTORY

If it is confirmed that the plane has crashed, the loss would mark the second fatal accident involving a Boeing 777 in less than a year and by far the worst since the jet entered service in 1995.

It would mark the U.S.-built Boeing 777-200ER airliner’s deadliest incident since entering service 19 years ago.

An Asiana Airlines Boeing 777-200ER crash-landed in San Francisco in July 2013, killing three passengers and injuring more than 180.

Boeing said it was aware of reports that the Malaysia Airlines plane was missing and was monitoring the situation but had no further comment.

The flight was operating as a China Southern Airlines codeshare.

An official at the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) said the plane had failed to check in as scheduled at 5.21pm GMT while it was flying over the sea between Malaysia and Ho Chi Minh city.

These include a catastrophic engine failure; the pilots taking evasive action to avoid another aircraft; or an explosion.

The airline has not said whether the pilots were able to issue a distress call – but if they did not, experts said this could indicate a catastrophy that had occurred without warning.

At Beijing’s airport, authorities posted a notice asking relatives and friends of passengers to gather to a hotel about 15km from the airport to wait for further information, and provided a shuttle bus service.

A woman wept on the shuttle bus while saying on a mobile phone: ‘They want us to go to the hotel. It cannot be good.’

Periodically, wails could be heard coming from inside the hotel conference room where the relatives were sequestered, and several people emerged in the mid-afternoon, complaining that airline officials were not providing sufficient information.

‘We are being treated like dogs!’ one man yelled, pushing through a crowd of reporters.

A waiting area for family and friends was also set up at the Kuala Lumpur airport the flight had left from.

Fuad Sharuji, Malaysian Airlines’ vice president of operations control, told CNN that the plane was flying at an altitude of 35,000ft and that the pilots had reported no problem with the aircraft.

The Boeing jet lost contact with Malaysian air traffic controllers a little over two hours into its flight.

Reports from China’s Xinhua news agency said later that the aircraft was lost in air space controlled by Vietnam and did not enter Chinese airspace or make any contact with Chinese controllers.

‘Our team is currently calling the next of kin of passengers and crew,’ the airline’s chief executive, Ahmad Jauhari Yahya, said as the airline issued a statement saying its ‘thoughts and prayers’ were with all those on board as well as their families.

Waiting room: Family and friends are being directed to a reception area at Kuala Lumpur airport, where the plane left, as the airline gathers details about the missing aircraft

Waiting room: Family and friends are being directed to a reception area at Kuala Lumpur airport, where the plane left, as the airline gathers details about the missing aircraft

Information: A member of staff from Malaysia Airlines is surrounded by reporters at the airport

Information: A member of staff from Malaysia Airlines is surrounded by reporters at the airport

NATIONALITIES OF THE MISSING

China/Taiwan: 152, including an infant

Malaysia: 38

India: 5

Indonesia: 7

Australia: 6

France: 4

U.S.: 3, including two toddlers

New Zealand: 2

Ukraine: 2

Canada: 2

Russian: 1

Netherlands: 1

Finding planes that disappear over the ocean can be difficult. Airliner ‘black boxes’ –  the flight data and cockpit voice recorders – are equipped with ‘pingers’ that emit ultrasonic signals that can be detected underwater.

Under good conditions, the signals can be detected from several hundred miles away, John Goglia, a former member of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board, said.

If the boxes are trapped inside the wreckage, the sound may not travel as far, he said. If the boxes are in an underwater trench, that also hinders how far the sound can travel. The signals also weaken over time.

Unconfirmed reports said it was believed the missing aircraft was involved in a crash in August 2012 when it damaged the tail of a China Eastern Airlines plane at Shanghai Pudong Airport.

The reports said that in that incident the tip of the wing of the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 broke off.

Family room: Women waiting to hear about loved ones on the plane arrive at Kuala Lumpur airport

Family room: Women waiting to hear about loved ones on the plane arrive at Kuala Lumpur airport

Update: Malaysian Airlines chief executive Ahmad Jauhari Yahyain speaks at a press conference on Saturday

Update: Malaysian Airlines chief executive Ahmad Jauhari Yahyain speaks at a press conference on Saturday

Retired American Airlines captain Jim Tilmon told CNN that ‘it doesn’t sound very good,’ as the search continued for the missing jet.

‘The route is mostly overland, which means there would be plenty of radars and radios to contact the plane.

‘I’ve been trying to come up with every scenario that I could just to explain this away, but I haven’t been very successful.’

Mr Tilmon said the jet was ‘about as sophisticated as any commercial airplane could possibly be.’

Expert view: Aviation expert David Learmount said it is extraordinary that the crew aboard the Malaysia Airlines flight, which disappeared yesterday, did not make an emergency call

Expert view: Aviation expert David Learmount said it is extraordinary that the crew aboard the Malaysia Airlines flight, which disappeared yesterday, did not make an emergency call

A leading aviation safety expert has said it is ‘extraordinary’ that the pilots of a missing Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people did not make a distress call.

The Boeing B777-200 aircraft would have been cruising at about 35,000 feet when it lost contact over the South China Sea, giving the pilots ‘plenty of time’ to report any technical problems, Flight Global’s operations and safety editor David Learmount said.

Mr Learmount said: ‘Something happened and the pilots did not tell anyone. Why? It’s a good question.

‘It’s extraordinary the pilots failed to call because they had plenty of time to. Unless there was a bomb on board but there has been no evidence of that.’

Mr Learmount, who is a pilot, drew comparisons with the Air France 447 plane crash over the Atlantic Ocean in 2009, which killed 216 passengers and 12 aircrew, including five Britons.

The aircraft crashed when pilots lost control after ice crystals affected sensors used to measure the plane’s speed, he said.

Mr Learmount said: ‘This is an historical comparison and could be a coincidence.

‘It also happened in the early hours of morning, after midnight in the dead of night, and went missing without a call from the pilots.

‘Modern aircrafts are beautifully built and incredibly safe.

‘If the engines were to fail because of some kind of interruption to the fuel flow, they can glide with no problems whatsoever for about 40 minutes at that height.’

Incident echos tragedy: Mr Learmount said the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH307 echos the Air France crash in 2009, which killed 216 passengers and 12 crew

Incident echos tragedy: Mr Learmount said the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH307 echos the Air France crash in 2009, which killed 216 passengers and 12 crew

Route: An online flight tracker for MH37 ends shortly after takeoff from Kuala Lumpur

Route: An online flight tracker for MH37 ends shortly after takeoff from Kuala Lumpur

Mr Learmount said the time which the Malaysia Airlines plane went missing may be significant.

He said: ‘Between midnight and 2am you’re not at a mental or physical performance high – you’re at the lowest performance standard in the 24-hour cycle.’

Plane’s disappearance crash echoes Air France crash

  • Air France flight 447 crashed over the Atlantic in 2009
  • 216 passengers were killed along with  12 crew members – five Britons were among the dead
  • Aircraft crashed when pilots lost control when ice crystals affected sensors used to measure the plane’s speed
  • Investigators took two years to find the Air France plane

The failure to locate the plane so far was not unusual, he added, with investigators taking two years to find the missing Air France 447 plane.

However, Mr Learmount admitted he was ‘puzzled’ why authorities had not divulged a more accurate location of where the aircraft went missing.

‘They may not know precisely but they know pretty accurately,’ he said.

The 53-year-old Malaysia Airlines pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, has more than 18,000 flying hours and has been flying for the airline since 1981, the company’s chief executive Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said.

The first officer, 27-year-old Fariq Hamid, has about 2,800 hours of experience and has flown for the airline since 2007.

The Boeing 777 flown by Malaysia Airlines that disappeared over the South China Sea is one of the world’s most popular – and safest – jets.

The long-range jumbo jet has helped connect cities at the far ends of the globe, with flights as long as 16 hours.

But more impressive is its safety record: The first fatal crash in its 19-year history only came last July when an Asiana Airlines jet landed short of the runway in San Francisco. Three of the 307 people aboard died.

Missing: The Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 lost contact with Air Traffic Control over the Pacific with 227 passengers aboard

Missing: The Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 lost contact with Air Traffic Control over the Pacific with 227 passengers aboard

Airlines like the plane because it is capable of flying extremely long distances thanks to two giant engines.

Each engine is so massive that a row of at least five coach seats could fit inside it. By having just two engines, the plane burns through less fuel than four-engine jets, like the Boeing 747, which it has essentially replaced.

“It has provided a new standard in both efficiency and safety,” said Richard Aboulafia, an aviation consultant with the Teal Group.

“The 777 has enjoyed one of the safest records of any jetliner built.”

Besides last year’s Asiana crash, the only other serious incident with the 777 came in January 2008 when a British Airways jet landed about 1,000 feet short of the runway at London’s Heathrow Airport.

Malaysia Airlines did have an incident in August 2005 with a 777 flying from Perth, Australia, to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s largest city.

While flying 38,000 feet above the Indian Ocean, the plane’s software incorrectly measured speed and acceleration, causing the plane to suddenly shoot up 3,000 feet.

The pilot disengaged the autopilot and descended and landed safely back in Perth. A software update was quickly made on planes around the world.

Malaysia Airlines has 15 Boeing 777-200ER jets in its fleet of about 100 planes. The first was delivered on April 23, 1997, and the most recent on December 13, 2004, according to Boeing. The 200ER is one of four versions of the 777.

The 777 is capable of flying 7,250 miles non-stop. Its two Rolls-Royce Trent 875 engines each have 74,600lb of thrust, letting the plane cruise at Mach 0.84, or nearly 640 mph.

A new model has a list price of 261.5 million US dollars (£156 million), although airlines usually negotiate discounts.

The 777 was the first twin-engine plane to be immediately certified to fly over the ocean as far as 180 minutes from any emergency landing airport.

Government safety regulators have determined that it could fly for nearly three hours on a single engine in the case of an emergency.

28 thoughts on “Potential Muslim terrorist hijacking behind Malaysian airplane crash

  1. I know a lot about planes I want to know how the Malaysians can deny the fact that the engine monitoring system continued to put out data for four hours AFTER the transponder signal was shut off?

    This is just another HOAX and you people are falling for it hook, line, and sinker!! What you should be looking at is what the Government is trying to steer you away from watching or paying attention too!!
    I think some one wanted some one on the plane and thy took the whole plane for this person and may have killed the other people and the government is covering it up as the plane that went missing we will know soon thy maybe trying to find a way to crash the plane with out some one see it take off, watch three bodies will not be found if thy ever find the plane MAS 370 and the black box will be broken or some thing like that that how the government works.

    China now says their find was nothing… Rolls Royce says it may have continued to receive engine maintenance data after the disappearance… photo-shopped mystery passengers and radar blips that may or may not have happened… I’ve quit guessing, can’t wait to see how the movie ends!

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    • i am upset that people are missing and the government is working so slow i just feel that this is a big cover up, how can you loose a plane that size with no trace of it that’s like miss placing your house on your street, i hope thy find the plane and everyone on board is OK i hope it was taken some were and thy give back the people on board OK, I hate to think the plane crashed and we can’t find it and thy are lost at sea, the families need their love ones back and know what happen to their love ones so we can make sure it never happens again. I pray for all the people on flight MAS 370.

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      • Air France Flight 447 on June 1st 2009 disappear from radar over 216 people missing with the plane took two years to find the plane… / Now 2014 Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappear from radar with over 239 people missing.. every thing that is happening now happen in 2009 history is repeating itself again.

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  2. in these types of brilliant games jews, christians are mostly involved and play important role .as in world trade center 11-9-2001.
    you( themuslimissue.wordpress maker) proud to be great terrorist and kafir
    Kafir destroy the peace of whole world.
    Before 11-9-2001 there was no concept of terrorist

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  3. I think the flight mas 307 was taken over and by some one on board and taken some where, has any buddy try tracking cellphones, laptops my laptop was lo jack the black box may not be working but the cellphones and laptop are why can thy track them if the plane was taken i would think the people how took it would use the laptops and try to sell the cellphone or something. hope thy find this plane…..

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  4. If you try to conceptualised Islam based on what’s happening to those muslims in the Land of Arabism, Pakistan or Afghanistan, then I’m afraid you will encounter cognitive dissonance. B’cos they are being cursed by Allah for they choose to deviate from the divine guidance as stated in Quran. Their behaviour & actions is totally not in accordance with the standard set in Quran. Majority of them are being infected by satanic virus knowm as Virus EOT. Any nation infected by this lethal virus will end up in prolong turbulence & destruction resulting eventually to uncontrollable unordnung. Their leaders are gearing their nation towards 3rd Law of Thermodynamics.

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    • allah is saturn, saturn is satan, you are muslim? you must be hamite, meaning cain.

      murderers all of you.

      CAIN WAS NOT ABOUT PEACE NOR IS SATURN / SATAN STOP LYING AND LEARN FOR ONCE.

      GOOGLE SATAN IS SATURN MORONS.

      WATCH THE VIDEO, YOU FOOLS ARE CREATING YOUR OWN DESTRUCTION BY KILLING IN THE NAME OF ALLAH. FOOLS YOU WILL GOTO SHEOL FOREVER FOR YOUR OWN DEEDS!!!!!!!!

      i’d say for everyone to repent, but its way to late, repent means to change, it has nothing to do with sin, sin is sine, sine is TIME, saturn is grandfather time, we live in sin/sine/time.

      the sons and daughters of ham and shem, those who wish to genocide the rest of us, you will goto sheol forever.

      STOP HELPING SATURN BY FEEDING HIM YOU IDIOTS. WE ARE THE FOOD.

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  5. IT IS NOT POSSIBLE THAT AN AIRCRAFT OF THAT SIZE WITH 230 PPL ON BOARD JUST VANISHES WITHOUT A TRACE! IS IT A MINI-COOPER? It has been hijacked and shoved in some secret location for later use if not already. Even if there were terror motives behind such acts, they wont plunge it in the ocean but may be hit it on a tower or be more destructive. Also, to vanish such a huge vehicle, you need a quinntal of RDx and not a small c4 that might have been whisked thorough airport security check. No wonder mil planes and ships are unable to locate it because in all probabilities it is hidden somewhere on the land in some other country. Submarines, ships and top-end planes together cant find a Boeing aircraft ? Well then surely you guys are searching the wrong place! Search teams of that size can locate a dead body in the ocean and here they are unable to locate a boeing full size aircraft with 200 ppl ????! Not possible. Only clues should be video footage from airport, IP address used to book tickets, telephone data….I wonder when we have internet on the aircraft why not have an on board seamless GPS switched on ? or a streaming VGA camera ? I know all this is post accident thought. Last but not the least, my prayers are with the kith and kin of those involved. May god help them.

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  6. Euginic and this admin really know how to talk (bullshit). They are very good on it. Just did some stupid research then talk some stupid things.

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  7. @ADMIN: Islamic people have been killing and slaughtering since their very beginning. their whole mentality was and still is: join us or we kill you. Islam is a totalitarian doctrine that puts women in a position that no other totalitarian doctrine, not even communism or Nazism did. The Koran is an outdated 7th century load of Jihadi bullshit and Islam’s refusal to engage with modernity and it’s profoundly disturbing sexism makes it one of the most destructive and suppressive religions in the world today. “Muslim extremists kill our priests, burn our churches and kidnap our women”: see how Egypt’s Arab Spring dream descended into a nightmare of religious hatred.

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  8. I am a Malaysian. Islam is the official religion of Malaysia, and we’re against any sorts of violence, terrorism, and all of those nonsense. Please don’t stereotyping. Besides, other religions are freely practiced here.

    Right now, Malaysians (Muslims, Christians, Hindus, Buddhas, and other sorts of belief) are equally praying hard for the safety of the crews and passengers of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH307. The whole nation are anxiously waiting the latest updates from the rescue missions. Our military services with the help of various parties and nations are currently using all means and with all their might to locate the missing jet.

    We don’t really care about their religions or nationalities. It’s the life of 239 of people that we’re worried about the most. You just need a little humanity in you.

    Please, at times like this we’re hoping for the best and preparing for the worst. Don’t make it harder for the families and friends of the people aboard.

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    • “I am a Malaysian. Islam is the official religion of Malaysia”

      yes, robot i know, do you have any free thought?

      “and we’re against any sorts of violence, terrorism, and all of those nonsense. ”

      BULLSHIT YOU AND YOUR KIND WANT ALL WHO DO NOT BOW TO ISLAM TO DIE FUCK YOU CAMEL TURD.

      “Please don’t stereotyping. Besides, other religions are freely practiced here. ”

      i love stereos, mine is up very loud, i cannot accept your bullshit above this volume.

      “Right now, Malaysians (Muslims, Christians, Hindus, Buddhas, and other sorts of belief) are equally praying hard for the safety of the crews and passengers ”

      i’m not, there are no victims, those people made that choice to get on that plane, had they seen the future before it happened they’d of stayed off the plane, where’s their allah for them now huh?

      “We don’t really care about their religions or nationalities. It’s the life of 239 of people that we’re worried about the most. You just need a little humanity in you.”

      save the lip service, for you to be a coward and bow to islam means you are willing to bow instead of stand up, save it for someone who doesn’t have a spine as they will subscribe to your way of life.

      “Please, at times like this we’re hoping for the best and preparing for the worst. Don’t make it harder for the families and friends of the people aboard.”

      expect the worst, that is common practice when dealing with TECHNOLOGY, it is not safe at all because of re-LIE-gion. reality awaits whenever you’re ready to get up off that floor, islam.

      PS for all the simpletons out there, none of the “victims” knew me, nor care about me, if you can make them come back to life and care about me, then it is only fair that i care about them. stop using me for a fucking crutch and stand on your own, assholes. you want sympathy? i’ve tried looking for that in this world, guess what, THE WORLD IS FLAT FUCKING TAPPED OUT AND DOE NOT GIVE A FUCK.

      unconditonal love? how about white people take back everything you muds take for granted, i don’t see any fucking muslim manufacturing airlines in any of the sheol lands you pathetic arabs dominate.

      ALL FOLLOWERS OF ISLAM WILL GOTO SHEOL WHERE THEIR GOD AWAITS THEM THAT IS ALL. if white people weren’t so fucking greedy, none of this would be news as you camel riders would be doing just that, riding camels and pounding sand!

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      • You have a dirty mouth. Who taught you how to use foul language?? Your religion and your parents?? You are a true hypocrite!!!!

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  9. all followers of allah will goto sheol forever, it is your destiny.

    jesus = jupiter
    saturn = satan

    jupiter = son of saturn

    uranus = big daddy :-) (white peoples father)

    may uranus send all those who oppose joy and bliss to sheol forever.

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    • such a good reaseacher,you are…i admirer that..and a friendly suggestion…
      Try read the quran, the idea is that you may get some gist of what islam is..may Allah enlighten you from His own words as we,the believers are not perfect and some are diverted too…
      If after reading our holy quran your statement remains… Then, my prayer for you is…may Allah have mercy on you…
      Wallhu a’la. ;-).

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  10. wow ur stupidity has shown here.. any facts u showing islam doing it? show ur actually facts not assumption.. i can say ur religion do it? oh yeah.. oh my .. dont kill me admin.. u are bloody terrorist.. stop killing us..

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  11. What do you mean we’ve continued to kill and terrorise more people that all of humanity combined? Have you never heard of the holocaust? Was that carried out by a Muslim? And in the Middle East the millions of people that are dying daily at the hands of the Anerican army – innocent women and children – sorry I forgot they were carried out by Muslims as well… Get your facts right. Oh and whilst you’re at it, try not to use the Daily Mail to gain information for your blog posts – unless you’re an uneducated and narrow minded racist, which seems so. Go read the Qu’ran and then come back and quote from it when you know exactly what it means. Extremist Muslims do exist but they twist the words of the Qu’ran to how they want to interpret it to justify their horrendous actions. Don’t tarnish all with the same brush. Every religion has extremists but that’s no reason to assume the entire population of that religion has the same viewpoints as those. Broaden your knowledge and then start writing a blog.

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  12. no wonder u post this, ure a kafir. how can i get into this blog. people like u shouldve been erased from this planet. world is better off without u kafir people. i more like hearing that ure an atheist instead of kafir.

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  13. this is just a moron racist blog. its not the religion, its the people, they used the religion to cover themself from doing bad things. smart people shouldve aware of that. do some research u morons.

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    • @Madison. By your own statements you prove your own ignorance. First, by calling people critical of Islam, “racist” – Islam is not a race. Second, you claim smart people should do some research. It is by research that the tenets of Islam are exposed as being directly responsible for the vast majority of terrorist acts around the world. You then compound this fact by calling for the deaths of all non-Muslims.

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    • Wait till you meet God at your death bed and the day of resurrection. Then you will know who are the true believers. By then it will be too late if you do not repent. If you are true, you will not be afraid to declare ready to accept His wrath if you lie.

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