Muhammad Ali Jr. fights faith profiling

The son and ex-wife of the late boxing champion Muhammad Ali testify about being detained at a Florida airport and questioned about their faith.



3 thoughts on “Muhammad Ali Jr. fights faith profiling

  1. How is a question about religion an act of racial profiling?

    These people have grounds to complain, but why misrepresent the wrong doing?

    As Arthur Calwell, member of the racist Australian Labor Party, said in 1947, “Two wongs do not make a white”.


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