2006 transatlantic aircraft plot / Great Britain should impose racial profiling at airports

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Position: Great Britain should impose racial profiling at airports

This position addresses the topic 2006 transatlantic aircraft plot.

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Quotes-start.png "Nonetheless, a growing chorus of voices is now suggesting ‘passenger profiling’ of intending travellers: obviously harmless people would be fast-tracked into the departure lounge, while those matching a certain profile would be subjected to close scrutiny. While this would no doubt lead to charges of racial profiling, how else are law-abiding citizens supposed to get on with their lives?" Quotes-end.png
From Wishing away reality, by Irfan Husain (Dawn, August 19, 2006) (view)

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