onsdag den 12. marts 2014
Advokater vil have muslimkse regler i malaysiske fly
A lawyers group has called on Malaysian Airlines to introduce Muslim rules on all flights amidst the current crisis the airline is facing over the mysterious disappearance of flight MH370.
The Muslim Lawyers Association of Malaysia has urged for Muslim prayer standards to be put into place before flights, as well as for all female flight attendants to be dressed according to Islamic law.
"Everything that happens on Earth and in the sky is Allah’s decision. We pray that Allah gives us signs and pointers so that the passengers can be found," said the group in a statement today.
The group has further urged the airline to cease serving alcohol aboard its flights.
Flight MH370 was scheduled to fly from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on Saturday March 8 before seemingly vanishing two hours into the scheduled six hour flight.
There were 239 passengers and crew aboard the flight, including six Australians.