_Missing Malaysian Jetliner

After missing Malaysia flight 370 went missing with a total of 239 passengers onboard, numerous investigations and searches are being conducted to gather as much information as possible. After news broke that two passengers on the flight boarded the plane with stolen passports, the world automatically jumped to conclusions that the disappearance was an act of terrorism. However, the international police interpol is on the verge of confirming that no sign of terrorism is being linked to the tragic situation. “The more information we get, the more we’re inclined to conclude that it was not a terrorist incident,” stated Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble at a news conference in France.


The two men with the stolen passports, 18-year-old Pouri Nourmohammadi and 29-year-old Delavar Syed Mohammad do not seem to have any ties with any terroristic organizations after massive background checks were conducted. Apparently Mohammad was simply trying to get to his mother in Germany.

“We have been checking his background. We have also checked him with other police organizations of his profile, and we believe that he is not likely to be a member of any terrorist group,” Khalid said.

It’s already been four days and there has yet to be any sign of the aircraft. We will continue to pray for the families and victims of this horrible situation.

Source: [CNN]