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Muslims Celebrate The End Of Ramadan By Pointing Green Lasers At The Cockpits Of Over 33 Airplanes Passing Overhead!



The Empire State Building lit up green to celebrate the end of Ramadan,  while Muslims on the ground in New Jersey celebrate the end of Ramadan by shooting green laser pointers at the cockpits of airplanes passing over head:


(CNN) Thirty-four commercial flights reported lasers pointed at them Wednesday night as they flew over New Jersey -- the latest in a growing number of such dangerous incidents plaguing U.S. skies. There was no indication the 43 incidents detailed Thursday and Friday by the Federal Aviation Administration led to any notable injuries or accidents, in the air or on the ground. Still, they speak to an alarming trend in which more and more people are directing powerful handheld lasers at passing aircraft -- endangering crews, not to mention the passengers they are responsible for. Read More>>>>

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