Donald Trump has received backing from Her Majesty the Queen – together, they have banned all laptops from nine Muslim countries.

Her Majesty’s government have announced a ban on Muslim laptops on certain passenger flights from Muslim nations.  Donald Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’ now has an endorsement from Her Majesty’s government – at least where laptop computers are concerned. The ban is on ‘large electronic devices’ from predominantly Muslim nations.

Whilst President Trump has had his ban on Muslim migrants overturned by a US judge, Her Majesty’s new British ban on Muslim laptops has not been criticised at all.

President Trump continues to be lambasted by the US-based mainstream media which he describes as ‘Fake News’, whilst Her Majesty basks in universal 100% mainstream media approval for her government’s decision to target Muslim nations and ban all their ‘large electronic devices’ from boarding UK and US-bound flights.

The Queen’s ban on Muslim laptops is undecided in whether Steve Jobs’ groundbreaking iPad [with optional QWERTY keyboard] constitutes a ‘large electronic device’

Nine airlines covered by the US ban on Muslim laptops are: Royal Jordanian, EgyptAir, Turkish Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Kuwait Airways, Royal Air Maroc, Qatar Airways, Emirates and Etihad Airways.

The British ban on Muslim laptops applies to British Airways and EasyJet – who carry the vast majority of Muslim-bound holiday flights to Morocco and Egypt for British sun seekers.

Most British people are NOT Muslims and are NOT part of ISIS – so it is unclear if their laptops they took with them on holiday will now have to be ditched and thrown away along with shampoo and hair conditioner in the new strict boarding and check-in rules.

Her Majesty’s ban on Muslim laptops covers direct passenger flights to the UK from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.

All these countries have majority Muslim populations – though no US judge has attempted to criticise Buckingham Palace and HM Government – so far!

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is hosting a two-day meeting of ministers and senior officials from 68 nations to discuss the threat from IS. According to Tillerson’s sources, so-called Islamic State group (ISIS) is planning on ways to smuggle explosives on to planes by hiding them inside ‘large electronic devices’.

Inbound flights on nine airlines operating out of 10 airports in eight countries are subject to the US Department of Homeland Security ban.

Phones and medical devices are not affected.

Users of Apple’s iPad which can be used with a small bluetooth linked QWERTY keyboard have been left dumbfounded – and unsure – whether their slimline iOS devices are considered by these airlines to be ‘large’ or ‘small’ electronic devices.

Obviously, the threat is centred around suspicions that explosives will be concealed on flights from predominantly Muslim countries – so how come this ban is not being challenged by a pro-migrant US-based judge?

Morocco and Egypt are popular tourist destinations for Brits travelling in search of winter Sunshine.  It is not clear how lenient flight attendants will be when dealing with the British tourists who provide essential tourist income in these Muslim nations.  Will Brits be treated the same as Muslims?

The British ban was confirmed by the BBC earlier today.





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