Two Muslim clerics traveling to a religious conference were kicked off a Delta Air Lines flight Friday morning at Memphis International Airport, on orders from a pilot.Imam Mohamed Zaghloul of the Masjid An-Noor Mosque and Imam Masoud Rahman, a previous imam of the Muslim Society of Memphis, were subjected to extra security screening at the gate, then barred from the flight, Rahman said.The men cleared security at a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint and boarded their plane. "They were screened and cleared to fly," said TSA spokesman Jon Allen. "The decision to deny boarding was made by the airline, not TSA," Allen said.
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