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Updated: Mon, 10 Mar 2014 01:00:00 GMT |
The search for flight MH370

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Local residents ride a fishing boat past navy search and rescue ships before the ships depart for the search area for a missing Malaysia Airlines plane, at a port on Vietnam's Phu Quoc island March 9.

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Mar 15, 2014 6:31PM
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Talofa! Malaysian flight MH370. There are two known Iranians onboard with known false pass board. As I witness on CNN & FOX News expert pilots, FAA, Special ops,... why isn't anyone figure out the low flying as hide from radar tactic and could be landed in the Iranians peninsula. Flying into the Indian Ocean, along the coast to an unknown Iranian secret stripe...just a thought! If I were Israel, I would be concern and alert of this super size jumbo might be a threat. This could be a 9/11 tactic with short range take off full loaded...who knows what. That's my concern for my friendly people of Israel, as I pray for the Lord as their shield. Our US Nation should be using all source of secret radar to search for this missing MH370 Airline. Also why isn't any cell phones data not been talk about, out of 239 passengers? Let's keep on praying for the positive outcome! Help us LORD...give us a light! Rev.
Mar 10, 2014 10:33PM
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While the whole world are looking for the missing aircraft and the rest praying for the best, is there any logic for MAS to make arrangements to fly family members from China to KL? The crash did not occur in KL and while the sear**** going on, why the unnecessary expense? MAS is already in big s**t and these expenses are going to run in subtantially.

 

Mar 14, 2014 2:06PM
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If I were in charge at MAS I'd offer to fly the families to KL and if I were a stockholder I would applaud the move.  If my relative disappeared I'd want to see where they left from.  The airline needs to be seen as doing the right thing and supporting the disappeareds' families is the most visible and one of the very few things the airline can do.
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