NEW YORK A Pakistani-American engineer, who worked at the North American Airlines, has sued his company for allegedly allowing co-workers to taunt him by calling him bomb-maker, The New York Post reported Monday. Jamil Akhtar, 51, said he complained to his bosses at the airlines that other employees derided him with derogatory names like Paki, insulted his religion and threatened him, the tabloid said. His suit, filed in Brooklyn state Supreme Court, charges that when he complained to superiors, he was threatened with the loss of his FAA license. Akhtar said he took a two-week leave of absence in 2007 and when he returned, a supervisor smiled and said, What are you doing here? Youre fired, according to the paper. The engineer quit in 2007. He is suing for back pay and other damages.