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But most members said they would like to see more data indicating that the procedure doesn’t have unexpected side effects before they would recommend testing in human patients." as well as writing: "It was a low-cost airline (30 dollars) The window was totally off its frame I found it funny and recorded the video with my cellphone"And others clearly felt the same with commenters on the clip telling him that he should have alerted staffHowever according to experts the poster didnt need to be concernedPatrick Smith a pilot and host of wwwaskthepilotcom told the MailOnline that the window itself was fine it was just the frame so no biggieHe said: "Its just a superficial liner that helps protect the actual window I admit that it looks embarrassing and unprofessional but theres no safety risk"This was seconded by the chief executive of the UK Flight Safety Committee Dai Whittingham who told the paper: "This is definitely not a safety concern it is simply a piece of loose cabin trim The internal window is there to protect the main glass from scratches and it cuts down some of the internal noise as well as providing an element of thermal insulation"The external window is fixed to the hull and sealed with a gasket so that the interior of the aircraft can be pressurised so this loose trim will have had no effect at all apart from not looking particularly neat and tidy" Featured Image Credit: PA/Newsflare Topics: Uk news Us newsCourt documents identified the gunman in the attack on Sunday evening prayers as Alexandre Bissonnette He was also charged with five counts of attempted murder according to court papersAmong the six men killed were a butcher a university professor a pharmacist and an accountant according to police and Canadian mediaPolice declined to discuss possible motives for the shooting at the Centre Culturel Islamique de Québec"They consider this a lone wolf situation" a Canadian source familiar with the situation saidIn Washington US government security experts were leaning to the view that the gunman most likely was motivated by hatred for Muslims a US government source familiar with official reporting saidA man of Moroccan descent who had also been arrested was now considered a witness although his nationality was not immediately known the Canadian source saidTrudeau who has made a point of welcoming refugees and immigrants from Muslim-majority countries told parliament in Ottawa: "Make no mistake this was a terrorist attack"He added a personal message to Canada’s 1 million Muslims:"Know that we value you You enrich our shared country in immeasurable ways It is your home Last night’s horrible crime against the Muslim community was an act of terror committed against Canada and against all Canadians We will grieve with you We will defend you We will love you And we will stand with you"Somber parliamentarians observed a moment of silence Trudeau was scheduled to visit Quebec City later on MondayThe attack was out of character for Quebec City a city of just over 500000 which reported just two murders in all of 2015 Mass shootings are rare in Canada where gun control laws are stricter than in the United StatesIn addition to the six killed five people were critically injured and 12 were treated for minor injuries a spokeswoman for the Quebec City University Hospital saidFederal Safety Minister Ralph Goodale told reporters in Ottawa there was no change to "the national terrorism threat level" from medium because "there is no information known to the government of Canada that would lead to a change at this time" US President Donald Trump called Trudeau to express his condolences "and offered to provide any assistance as needed" said Trudeau spokesman Cameron AhmadOver the weekend Trudeau said Canada would welcome refugees his response to an executive order by Trump on Friday to halt the US refugee program and to temporarily bar citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United StatesTrump’s action which the president said was "not about religion — this is about terror and keeping our country safe" was widely condemned in the United States and abroad as targeting MuslimsOn Monday White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters that the Quebec shooting was "a terrible reminder of why we must remain vigilant and why the president is taking steps to be proactive rather than reactive when it comes to our nation’s safety and security"Father of four killedA father of four the owner of a halal butcher near the mosque was among those killed said Pamela Sakinah El-hayet a friend of one of the people at the mosqueThe mosque concierge was killed as was Ahmed Youness a 21-year-old student El-hayet told Reuters One of El-hayet’s friends Youness’ roommate was in the mosque at the time of the shooting He was unharmed she said but in total shockAli Assafiri a student at Université Laval said he had been running late for the evening prayers at the mosque near the university in the Quebec City area When he arrived the mosque had been transformed by police into a crime scene"Everyone was in shock" Assafiri said by phone "It was chaos"Université Laval is the oldest French-language university in North America with 42500 studentsVigils were planned for Montreal and Quebec City the provincial capital as well as in Edmonton There was an outpouring of support for the mosque on social media"Last night’s shooting targeting people of faith during their worship and prayer is a deplorable attack on all Canadians and our most deeply-held values" said Joe Gunn executive director of Citizens for Public Justice a group of Canadian Christians churches and other religious congregations One thing that does help is the glory of the airport bar. 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