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ROME (Reuters) - A man with a knife tried to hijack an Alitalia flight from Paris to Rome Sunday night, demanding it be flown to Libya, but was quickly overpowered and arrested when the plane landed, officials and witnesses said.Witnesses said the man put a small knife to the throat of a female flight attendant and held her for a few minutes."The man grabbed the stewardess from behind her back and pointed the knife. She was in difficulty and tried to turn around," a passenger named Sofia told reporters.He held her for just a few minutes and then the other flight attendants intervened and passengers helped hold the man to the floor," she said.Other attendants on flight AZ329 then overpowered the man, who was "clearly agitated" and the captain radioed police, who arrested the man when the plane landed, the statement said.
....that three crews of the 9/11 planes simply handed over the controls to Muslim hijackers with little razor knives....