'A British woman says she is being forced to go to court to get an apology after she was questioned by counter-terrorism police for reading a Syrian art book on a plane.
Faizah Shaheen was reported to authorities by Thomson cabin crew on a honeymoon flight to Turkey in 2016.
Her lawyers told the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme she believes she was singled out because of her race.
Thomson said its crew were "trained to report any concerns" as a precaution.
Ms Shaheen - a Muslim, whose work in mental health care in part involves looking for the signs of radicalisation in young people - was reading Syria Speaks: Art and Culture from the Frontline on the outbound flight.
The book is a collection of literature, photos, songs and cartoons from Syrian artists and writers.
She was stopped by police when she returned to the UK two weeks later.'
Oddly the BBC haven't shown any images from that book, here's a couple:
I wonder why these images might cause a member of aircrew some concern.
I wonder why the BBC choose not to show these images, is context unimportant?