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A Yemeni-American YouTube star from New York, Adam Saleh, called for a boycott of Delta Airlines after claiming he was removed from one of its flights Wednesday for speaking Arabic.Three hours after it was posted, Saleh's video had been retweeted more than 200,000 times, and the hashtag #BoycottDelta – which he included in a subsequent tweet – was trending on Twitter.It was the latest of several cases in the past year in which passengers have run into trouble on American flights for speaking Arabic – or in one case for writing mathematical equations that passengers mistook for Arabic.
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