Breaking: Islamic Pilot of EgyptAir Flight 804 Prepared Last Supper then Most Likely Brought the Plane Down Himself

EgyptAir Flight 804Captain Mohammed Shakeer most likely plunged the plane from 30,000 feet into the Mediterranean Sea last Thursday on an apparent suicide mission for Allah. Christian website Shoebat.com reports that Captain Shakeer had ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and prepared a farewell supper shortly before the incident.

Flight 804 Captain Mecca

It was reported last week in ‘the Telegraph’ that Captain Mohammed Shakir (Shakeer), was “a cheerful and religious man who would pray on board and help others find the direction of Mecca using the flight’s navigation equipment.”

The captain of EgyptAir’s air hospitality testified that the pilot of flight 804 “Captain Mohammed Shakeer” had organized a “last supper” knowing he was “about to die”. According to the testimony, Shakeer called on his colleagues a few days before the incident to have lunch at his house. During the lunch Shakeer hinted “that the end is near, the end of his life that is and that he is ready to meet his maker”.

Most disturbing is a picture recently released showing Shakeer with Amr Khaled, a well-known Muslim Brotherhood operative and an active Jihadi. Khaled posted a picture of himself with Captain Shakeer on an airplane and stated: “May Allah have mercy on him and give patience to his family. I hope who reads my words to pray for him and the rest of the passenger[s].”

Flight 804 Captain Mecca w Khaled

(Post from Shoebat.com)

Flight 804 plunged 30,000 feet with smoke reported in the cockpit and indications that a bomb went off internally causing the rapid descent. The Captain held a last supper, was known to help people find the location of Mecca using his plane’s navigation equipment and is shown in a picture with a known member of the murderous radical Islamic Muslim Brotherhood.

This information paints a bloody picture that Captain Shakeer was a radical Islamist who murdered 66 people including himself in taking down flight 804.