July 15, 2009
Posted: 1418 GMT

It's the 5th deadly commercial airline crash this year, so we want to know:

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'wole   July 15th, 2009 2:39 pm ET

The story of an aircraft crashing and leaving 168 lives wasted just 16 mins after the take-off is disheartening and painful enough, and I sincerely hope the Iranian Government will look into the cause.

Sayan Majumdar   July 15th, 2009 2:53 pm ET

Hala, civilian airliners still remain the safest mode of long distance transit with a fatality rate far far below any other mode of transit.

But yes, I will be very much choosy about the airline (and airliner) on which I would fly. Surely you will not disagree.


Itai   July 15th, 2009 5:59 pm ET

can you please
bring more about

that sounds very interessting!
(much more then golf!)

Itai   July 15th, 2009 8:35 pm ET

but she said a lot more and much more important things then only iran iran iran
whats about her vision of new world order?!

From Iran   July 17th, 2009 9:08 am ET

There is never going to be world order as long as we have religious fanatics. Just look at what happened in Jakarta, Indonesia today.

My advice for all those Muslim Fanatics around the world : keep doing what you doing I am sure that Prophet Mohammd peace be up on him is looking down at you for the great Marketing that you are doing for the religion.
Thanks to you guys in the last few dacades, Islam is now being seen as nothing but Terror.


As for the plane crash in Iran this is nothing new. Iran refused to spend money on it country and its people. As you have seen in the past decade they have no value for their own people. The could care less if half the nation is killed. So they get this crappy airlines from Russia because they are cheap. And ofcourse thanks to their evil
they have Sanction that does not allow them to buy proper airlines. This is not the first time. There has been lot of crashes from Iran air / Caspian Airline.

Yet Millions are spent on Nuclear Fantacies and Hezbollah and
al Ghayda to do more evil. When people in Iran are suffering.

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