The six Muslim imams who got kicked off a US Airways flight after they terrorized fellow passengers are suing. The prefunctory brief merely notes that the imams prayed in the airport before boarding. They did not mention that the imams distributed themselves onboard the plane in the same manner as the 9/11 terrorists. That two of them asked for seatbelt extenders -- which can be used as weapons -- then placed them beneath their seats instead of using them and more.
I think it took approximately two days after 9/11 when the American Muslim community shifted from being appalled and contrite that their co-religionists had murdered nearly 3,000 people to being immediately offended and lawsuit-happy that anyone might be concerned that Muslims might hijack an airliner.
*UPDATE* You won't see it reported most places, but the grievance-mongers at the Council on American Islamic Relations kicked some reporters out of their press conference before it began -- from the Christian Broadcasting Network and The Washington Times. No word on whether or not anyone from the Christian Science Monitor was there and allowed to stay.