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The public needs to respond to Fatima Altakrouri taking part in a refuted CAIR Islamophobia complaint that publicly demanded the firing of what appears to be an innocent, rule following Southwest Airlines employee?

Photo by New York Post.


Click here to send your email to express concern to Fatima Altakrouri’s employer USMD Health System and its parent companies OptumCare and United HealthCare.

Fatima Altakrouri stood with terror-linked CAIR to demand that Southwest Airlines fire a flight attendant for alleged (Islamophobia) discrimination.  

Florida Family Association previously reported in an email alert titled CAIR demands Southwest Airlines fire an airline attendant for alleged discrimination. Please thank airline for forthright investigation and standing by its employee.  The report states in part:

The Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations has filed a complaint on her behalf against the airline.  It alleges that the crew member aboard the flight from Fort Lauderdale to Dallas on May 22 told Fatima Altakrouri that she would “bring the whole plane down” in an emergency because she doesn’t speak the language — despite the fact the two conversed in English, the Dallas Morning News reported.

Syed said CAIR wants the carrier to apologize and remove the flight attendant from its staff.  

The word "remove" is CAIR's doublespeak way of saying "terminate" a person's financial livelihood.

However, Southwest Airlines reports that Altakrouri’s claim does not agree with Southwest’s internal reports.   USA TODAY reports

In a statement to USA TODAY, Southwest spokesperson Brandy King said: "Our internal reports from the flight do not support claims made by the passenger regarding comments or decisions being made based upon appearance. The safety of our passengers is paramount, and individuals seated in an exit row are required to verbally indicate that they can perform certain duties in flight. Our Crew is responsible for getting that confirmation from a passenger before seating them in an overwing exit row and was unable to gain acknowledgment from the passenger during boarding. Therefore, as a courtesy, the Crew offered her an alternate seat."

Hence, Fatima’s claim was invalidated by Southwest Airlines’ investigation.


Fatima made this situation even more troubling by castigating the other passengers for not running to her rescue.   The New York Post reports:   Altakrouri said she also was disappointed that other passengers who overheard the incident didn’t intervene.  “But for the fact that nobody said anything, just makes me wonder what is our country coming to? Why are we not defending one another?”  The other passengers most likely did not intervene because they, just like Southwest Airlines officials, did not see this situation happen the way Fatima claims that it did.

The public needs to respond to Fatima Altakrouri taking part in a refuted CAIR Islamophobia complaint that publicly demanded the firing of what appears to be an innocent, rule following Southwest Airline's employee.  Fatima’s employer should be asked to question her integrity for using a refuted claim to take a shot at another person’s employment and livelihood.

Florida Family Association sent the above facts and questions in an email to the USMD Health System and its parent companies OptumCare and United HealthCare officials listed in the Contact Information section below.  United HealthCare consumer services responded on July 2, 2021 with "Thank you for bringing this to our attention.  The correct team will review and take appropriate actions."  However, if Fatima Altakrouri's employer took any disciplinary action against her CAIR would have most likely filed a complaint against United HealthCare and issued another boastful press release about defending Islam.

Florida Family Association has prepared the same email that FFA sent to USMD Health System for you to send to Fatima Altakrouri’s employer USMD Health System and its parent companies OptumCare and United HealthCare.

To send your email, please click the following link, enter your name and email address then click the "Send Your Message" button. You may also edit the subject or message text if you wish.

Click here to send your email to express concern to Fatima Altakrouri’s employer USMD Health System and its parent companies OptumCare and United HealthCare.

Contact information:

The New York Post reports “Altakrouri, a health clinic operations manager…”   Fatima Altakrouri is Clinic Operations Manager at USMD Health System.  USMD Health System is owned by OptumCare.  Optum is owned by United HealthCare Service LLC. 

United Healthcare Services
https://www.uhc.com/about-us/leadership

Brian Thompson
Chief Executive Officer, UnitedHealthcare
brian_thompson@uhc.com

Brian Brueckman
Executive Vice President, UnitedHealthcare Operations
brian.brueckman@uhc.com

Kirsten Gorsuch
Chief Communications Officer, UnitedHealthcare
kgorsuch@uhc.com

Optum
https://www.optum.com/about-us/leadership.html

Wyatt W. Decker, M.D., MBA
Chief Executive Officer
wyatt.decker@optum.com

USMD
https://www.usmd.com/about-us/leadership.html

Richard C. Johnston, MD, FACP
Chief Executive Officer
richard.johnston@usmd.com

Josh Hardy
Chief Financial Officer
josh.hardy@usmd.com


Author: ffa   20210811   Category: CAIR, censorship  FFA: on
Tags: Fatima Altakrouri
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