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Report: The Last Words Of The Pilot Of The Crashed AirAsia Plane Was “Allahu Akbar!”


Listening to the audio of the pilot’s final words gave investigators goose bumps, according to New Straits Times Online. Was “Allah is greater!” nothing more than simply an innocent Muslim pilot facing imminent death, or were his last words indicative of a much darker motive? The fact that at least 41 of the passengers were known to be Christians from the same church, and from a nation like Indonesia where Muslims are increasingly hostile against Christianity, certainly raises eyebrows …

Qur’an: Sura 4:89, “Have no unbelieving friends. Kill the unbelievers wherever you find them.”

Flashback: The Rise Of Islam In Indonesia

By Walid Shoebat and Theodore Shoebat – “Analyzing the black box of the crashed AirAsia flight QZ8501 revealed the last words of the pilots was ‘Allahu Akbar’. Sounds familiar?

‘It is as if we can feel them… Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar were the last words said before they died’ says Nurcahyo Utomo, who has been an aviation investigator for almost two decades as he listened to the black box recording. We did a whole video on this:

On December 30th we stated:

“Call me an Islamophobe, but when I research the pilot from the missing flight QZ8501, Captain Iriyanto, I access the local news in Indonesian, not in English. There I find out that the pilot of the missing flight QZ8501 and like the pilot on the other missing flight MH370 are both devout Muslims, I get somewhat paranoid. Translating from Indonesian I find the following:

“Iriyanto was also active in the community as a board member and chairman of the mosque at his residence in Pondok Jati Block BC 12 Village Pagerwojo, Buduran, Sidoarjo.”

“In addition to serving as Chairman of RT 39, Iriyanto also served as a board leader of Masjid Nurul Yaqin, which is located in the housing complex.”

“He was also diligent in worship. When everyone was at home, he would certainly be seen praying in congregation in the mosque.”

Masjid Nurul Yaqin mosque is connected with Hizbut Tahrir, a major terrorist organization that wants to establish an Islamic caliphate in Indonesia and Malaysia.

From Indonesian sources, I also find out that “Before Iriyanto applied for early retirement and became a commercial airline pilot he had been a pilot in the Air Force who served in the squadron Iswahyudi Airport, Madiun, East Java flying fighter Hawk MK 50 and F-5.”

Iriyanato ‘performed operational tasks from 1983 up until 1992.’ It was such fighter jets from Indonesia that were used over East Timor and were operational till September of 1999 killing some 200,000 mostly Christian Timorese out of a total population of 600,000 which has been winked at by western powers and today western media said nothing about this pilot’s involvements?

Zaharie Ahmad Shah the captain of the other missing flight MH370 had his co-pilot also another Muslim Faruq Abdul Hamid, 27. Now I become triply somewhat paranoid.

Being just paranoid and pilots just being very devout Muslims is not 100% conclusive evidence, but when one adds the scenarios of past history, it changes things. When the first plane hit the first tower on 9-11, the TV said ‘it was a terrible accident’ and in march Flight MH370 vanished and they also said that this was a ‘terrible accident,’ yet when the second plane hit the other tower, the TV instantly said that, ‘it was definitely a terrorist attack’ and now that when flight QZ8501 also vanished should not our paranoia and phobia levels be a bit up to think that ‘Muslim terrorists’ are playing their favorite deadly pranks again?

If Iriyanto’s religion and his ‘Allahu Akbar’ turns out to be relevant, so too will the religion of his nation. There have been at least two mass murder / suicides perpetrated by a commercial airline pilot that were investigated by both the U.S. and Muslim countries. The first occurred after the crash of Singapore’s Silk Air Flight 185 on December 19, 1997 and Egypt Air Flight 990 on October 31, 1999. In both cases, the U.S. authorities concluded pilot suicide and investigators with the Muslim countries concluded otherwise. This was not our view, it was the views of the experts on these crashes.

To read our analysis and expert reporting in more detail read More Muslims Are Going To Be Hijacking Planes And Crashing Them And Butchering Thousands, If We Do Not Ban Islam

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Several publications have obtained (its not only us) the story originally from Yahoo News which they sourced their version of this article to the New Straits Times Online. We changed the article to link to New Straight Times after we were informed that while Yahoo News stated ‘It is as if we can feel them… Allahuakhbar, Allahuakhbar were the last words said before they died’ they left out ‘he said referring to his experience analising black boxes from past crashes’ which was completely left out of the Yahoo News story even though the story is almost identical word for word. Omitting such a crucial detail paints it as if the expert had already listened to the recording which at this time has not been confirmed. Although Yahoo News made the mistake, we apologize for the reporting. Having said this, the fact remains that everything else that was reported is accurate.” Source – Shoebat.com.

  1. Rob
    01/15/2015 at 9:43 AM

    This article is misleading. This is the most common phase said by all Muslims. Not a big deal.

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    • ICA
      01/15/2015 at 11:37 AM

      Yes, it is a common phrase spoken by Muslims for a number of different reasons. The question here, however, is what was his reason?

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    • 01/15/2015 at 12:33 PM

      @ Rob.

      With regards to your comment that “this article is misleading”, please allow me to express my most humble opinion – YOU’RE NUTS!

      What’s more, now that this latest little tidbit has been uncovered (FROM THE BLACK BOX of flight QZ8501) allow me to say that we’ll undoubtedly be seeing a lot more of this kind of jihadi/ suicide behavior by “DEVOUT MUSLIM” pilots!

      YOU CAN TAKE THAT TO THE BANK!

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      • Rob
        01/15/2015 at 7:19 PM

        I’m work for a federal department that is involved with accident investigation groups world-wide. The contents of the voice recorder (CVR) are NEVER released within days of capture. They’re usually available to the public upon issue of the FINAL report. The Final report is usually released 2 years later. Your article is weak by making inconsistent statements which brings to question the veracity of the rest of your comments. Scholarly articles are based on facts, allowing the reader to judge….not making emotional and intimidating value judgments on their readers…a.k.a “You can take that to the bank!”

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  2. 01/16/2015 at 12:10 PM

    Here is a direct quote from ‘malaysiandigest.com’, Tues, Jan 13….

    “Despite being an investigator for almost two decades, analysing the Indonesia AirAsia flight QZ8501 will be one of the toughest challenging for Nurcahyo Utomo, who knew the pilot personally….The National Transportation Safety Committee investigator, Nurchayo said listening to recording from black boxes over and over again can be disturbing and requires utmost mental strength….
    “We are listening to a recording that represents the last moments before the crash and it is disturbing. There are times where the investigators would get unnerved listening to the recording,” he told Viva.co.id.
    “Analysing the recording while listening to their final words like “Allahuakhbar” repeatedly, give the investigators goose bumps, Nurcahyo said.
    “It is as if we can feel them… Allahuakhbar, Allahuakhbar were the last words said before they died.”

    I thought the discussion was to the point of whether or not ‘Allahuakhbar’ was a hostile comment. You say – ‘no, not really’, I say – OPEN YOUR EYES, AND EARS!

    I rest my case!

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