I only ask because, apparently, there's this bloke named Syed Adam Ahmed, who has the distinction of having made Canada's "no-fly" short list.
That Syed, presumably, is an adult, or has at least undergone puberty.
Problem is, there's a six-year-old tyke with the same name, and he and his parents are having all sorts of trouble, flying-wise, because of the grown up Syed.
And, hey, isn't that the crux of the issue here--not that there is a "no-fly" list, something which seems eminently sensible in these days of airplane-unfriendly jihadis, but that there seems to be no mechanism to record the age of the "no-fly"-listed individual whom authorities want airport security workers to be wary of?
As a result, the CBC, which is always willing to lend a shoulder for aggrieved Muslims to cry on, including the parents of the six-year-old Syed, can post stories like this one, which make it sound as though any "no-fly" list is not only discriminatory but also a really bad idea (which, clearly, it is not).
Update: No fly list flags more Canadian toddlers as security risks
The Ceeb wants you to think that the no fly list engenders jihad.