Tahera Ahmad, Muslim Diet Coke Whiner, Tried to Censor Ayaan Hirsi Ali

When a person walks around continually looking for grievance it should come as no surprise when they find one, or eleven.
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The ridiculous, and profoundly sketchy, story of the liberal Northwestern University Muslim chaplain, Tahera Ahmad, discriminated against by United Airlines because a flight attendant opened her can of diet Coke is one such invisible grievance that only the perpetually aggrieved could find.

This is not the first time.

Setting aside her prior grievance, to keep Ayaan Hirsi from being honored at Brandeis University by contributing to a social media protest against the award, Mrs. Ahmad has also found a similar issue with movie theater audiences:

Notice she did not hear anything she “imagined the worse.

So now we here the greatest tragedy of the decade was the unfathomably sad story of Tahera Ahmad, this Muslim activist who wanted an unopened Diet Coke, but didn’t get one.

Why? According to her, it’s Islamophobia. Either that or aliens.

This is the same Tahera Ahmad that was pushing a boycott of Ayaan Hirsi Ali by retweeting a call that she not be honored at Brandeis.

Ali is a woman who genuinely suffered and overcame more serious challenges than a lack of Diet Coke on a plane.

Here are some of the challenges that Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Tahera Ahmad overcame in their lives.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali – was subjected to female genital mutilation

Tahera Ahmad – didn’t get a diet coke on a plane

Ayaan Hirsi Ali – realized that the religion she had been raised in preached violence and oppression leading her to transform her understanding of her life

Tahera Ahmad – didn’t get a diet coke on a plane

Ayaan Hirsi Ali – faced multiple death threats

Tahera Ahmad – didn’t get a diet coke on a plane

And yet you just know that a few months from now Tahera Ahmad will be invited to the White House, she’ll receive an honorary degree that was denied to Ayaan Hirsi Ali and a golden ticket from United Airlines.

And maybe a lifetime supply of Diet Coke.

This is what Muslim Privilege looks like. Tahera Ahmad reminds us of the levels of entitlement accorded to Muslim women while those women who choose to reject its teachings are terrorized, threatened and murdered.

And when they aren’t, the left treats them like unwanted garbage while celebrating the martyrdom of Tahera Ahmad and her Diet Coke.

How about someone, anyone with common sense, like United Airlines, taking a more direct approach and telling Mrs. Ahmad she is being profiled as a possible terror threat because she is Muslim and using public transportation.

Nah, too difficult, not politically correct; the profiley thing is a big no-no.

Nope, instead we’ll grope 90-year-old nuns in wheelchairs, and force toddlers to undergo stranger dangers.

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