Southwest Airlines kicks Muslim student off a plane after he speaks Arabic
A Southwest passenger jet (Shutterstock)

The Council on American-Islamic Relations lodged a complaint against Southwest Airlines on Wednesday after an incident in April when a passenger was asked to leave a flight for speaking in Arabic. Khairuldeen Makhzoomi, a 26-year-old Iraqi-American ended a phone conversation he was having in Arabic with his uncle with the phrase "Inshallah" meaning, "G-d willing". Another…