CHICAGO -- A Muslim chaplain from Northwestern is questioning the sincerity of an apology from United Airlines.
Tahera Ahmad asked for an unopened can of diet soda Friday on a Chicago to Washington flight.
The flight attendant insisted on opening it saying Ahmad might use it as a weapon.
Then a man was served an unopened beer.
When Ahmad asked why, another passenger hurled an anti-Muslim rant at her, leaving her in tears.
United apologized for the incident calling it a misunderstanding.
Ahmad, a frequent flyer, says she won't fly United again until it admits there was discrimination and improves diversity training.