By now, we should know that the New York Civil Liberties Union and the New Yorkers for a Democratic Society are suing the NYPD to end the “No Fly Zone,” a temporary lockdown on the city’s public transportation systems during the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr.
This is an Orwellian program designed to create a temporary “no-fly zone” to prevent anyone from traveling to the United States or entering the United Kingdom from certain Muslim-majority countries.
It’s the result of an NYPD policy enacted in January of this year that was supposed to prevent terrorism from coming into the city.
This is not a temporary situation.
The NYPD has no right to decide to keep people away.
This emergency has been in place for over a month and the NYPD has already taken steps to close down all of New York’s major public transportation options during Eid al Fitr, including the subway, subway stations, bus stops, and the PATH subway station.
The NYPD, which is now in the midst of a nationwide lockdown, has been making its case to the courts and the media that the “no fly zone” is necessary to keep the public safe.
According to the NYPD, the “preventive measures” they are taking are necessary to prevent terror attacks.
In an interview with New York Magazine last month, Commissioner James O’Neill said: “We are not going to tolerate this, and we are not prepared to tolerate it.”
But according to the ACLU, the NYPD is “pushing a false narrative” that this lockdown is necessary because of a heightened threat of terrorism from Muslim communities in the United State.
In the interview, O’Donnell said:We don’t want to see anybody lose their lives, but we have to get to a point where we know that we are going to take this very seriously.
But O’Reilly said the lockdown will last for at least a week, and said that if people are going back to the subway or the subway station, the city is going to put “a little bit of a stop to that.”
It is impossible to know whether this lockdown will actually help stop terrorism.
If the NYPD’s claims are accurate, it’s highly unlikely that it will stop the threat of terrorist attacks, even though the NYPD claimed that they were planning to do so.
The New York Times reported that the NYPD had already implemented a similar “no flight” program in 2014, and that it has already imposed restrictions on the public transportation system for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, which runs from October 25 to December 7.
According to the New Yorker, the police are planning to begin “precautions” on certain parts of the city to make sure that there is “no entry from certain areas,” and that “there is no entry from these areas.”
The New Yorker wrote: The officers in charge of the No Fly Zone said that the city would be “prepared to put a little bit a stop” to any terrorist attacks on New York.
But in reality, the officers did nothing to stop any terrorism.
In fact, they made plans to take the city even further.
While there are numerous other measures taken by the NYPD during Ramadan to keep Muslims from entering the city, the government is already implementing measures that will likely increase the number of people who are likely to become terrorists.
During Ramadan, many mosques and schools in New York will close for the entire month of fasting.
This means that New York is already experiencing a “no flying zone” for a Muslim holiday.
In a statement, the ACLU wrote: The government’s claim that this “no” means no entry into the United, or even to the U.S., is false.
The government is not preventing anyone from entering or leaving the United states, but rather it is using a blanket declaration of a “state of emergency” to deny anyone the ability to travel to or even into the U