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The Birth Right

The scenario: A very pregnant Palestinian woman boards an airliner in Mexico City, Mexico. She’s on a non-stop flight directly to Toronto, Canada. While in route over the United States she gives birth to a male child. From Toronto she … Continue reading

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United Airlines Flight 496 – May 10, 1969

I don’t recall who dropped me at the airport, but I had to take a ‘hop’ to Chicago. It was indeed a hop, as the first leg of my journey was only ninety miles and the take-off and landing (at … Continue reading

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