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Muslim siblings 'kickedThree siblings have claimed they were kicked off an Easyjet plane and interrogated under the watch of armed police after fellow passengers accused them of being Isis terrorists. Sakina Dharas, 24, her sister Maryam, 19, and th

eir brother Ali, 21, said they were

questioned by counter-terrorism officers on the tarmac after a passenger falsel

y accused them of looking at jihadist propaganda on their phones. The trio were set to fly to Naples for a weekend getaway on August 17, but Sakina said they were shocked when they were carted off the plane and met with the question Do you speak English? The British-born Muslims of Ind

ian ethnicity, were allowed back on the flight after police checked their passports and phones and questioned them for an hour while the plane waited. In a Facebook post Sakina vented her fury over the incident, which she believes began after an accusation was made maliciously because she was wearing a headscarf. The airline has since apologised for the incident at London Stanstead. Sakina sa

id her horror started at around 5am when a stewardess escorted her and her siblings from their seats. As she did, she allegedly told them a passenger “told us that you are members of Isil and they have seen material on your phone”. The trio were set to fly to Naples from London Stanstead but were shocked when they were carted off t

he plane (Image: Getty Images) But Sakina said the only religious or Arabic material she had on her phone was an electronic copy of the Koran which she wasnt looking at at the time. In a post uploaded on Monday she wrote: Weve just eased ourselves into our seats, when a stone-faced air hostess approaches us, and with one gnarly finger, beckons for us to follow her. With no further information, leaving us absolutely clueless as to whats going on, we get up awkwardly, follow her down the cabin towards the cockpit, and then bizarrely make a sharp left at the exit where she leads us off the aircraft onto the steel pull down steps. Read MoreRelated ArticlesElite police team of super-recognisers are on the cusp of the third revolution in forensics There, she tells us, pointing down at the Tarmac, where gun-wielding policemen and men in suits are standing, awaiting our descent. They want to see you. We begin to descend the steps, and as we do, are met with the first question, initiating this bizarre and incredulous episode - Do you speak English? Mind laughter: We only speak English, officer. We were born and bred in England. Right, we have to speak with you. A passenger on your flight has claimed that you three are members of ISIS. 5am-timing and running on 2 hours sleep is definitely not helping the surreal nature of this episode, and we all jaw drop in disbelief in response to the statement. What?! I exclaim. They saw you with Arabic or praise be to Allah on your phone, the officer responds immediately. Easyjet has since apologised for the incident (Image: Get

ty) Firstly, thats part of the Quran, our religious text, so even if we did have it, it wouldnt signify that were a part of ISIS at all, but regardless, weve had nothing on our phone remotely Arabic related this morning. Also, were Indian by ethnicity, so we wouldnt even have Arabic in conversation with an

yone. She said the officers seemed shocked on this assertion, but they continued to question them on their jobs, parents names, home addresses, workplaces, and all our personal details as well as any and all so

cial media we have. Read MoreRelated ArticlesHate preacher Anjem Choudary faces probe by French and Belgian security services over ISIS links She said an MI5 agent also questioned them and asked her to talk him through my passport, including all my pilgrimages; hajj, and, unfortunately for me, also Iraq, and informs me he has already done checks as soon as the allegation was made and that we all came through clear. An Easyjet spokesman said today: EasyJet can confirm that, following concerns raised by a passenger during the boarding of flight EZY3249 from London Stansted to Naples on August 17, 2016, a member of ground staff requested the assistance of the police who took the decision to talk to three passengers at the bottom of the aircraft steps, before departure. “The police then confirmed to the Captain that the passengers were cleared to complete their journey and they reboarded the aircraft and the flight departed to Naples. “The safety and security of its passengers and crew is our highest priority which means that if a security concern is raised we will always investigate it as a precaut

ionary measure. “We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused to the passengers.

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