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    • taki
    • 18.12.09 | 10:28 (IST)

    Good one, #1! lol! Isn't Sun d'or a subsidiary of ElAl? This is not shocking at all. I'm not even an Arab, just a regular goy living in Israel for several years already, but I can completely relate to this story. It didn't take me long to figure out that Israeli airlines want to be GENTILE FREE. As far as I'm concerned they can have it. The things they can do for 'security reasons' are bizarre and nonsensical--even to someone who loves Israel and has lived here for a long time. The airlines should be obligated to disclose (even after the fact) their 'security reasons' in order to be held accountable. What they do is harassment, and nobody can touch them. In Ben Gurion (or also upon returning to Israel), it is the goyim who are the CHOSEN PEOPLE--chosen to be toyed with, frustrated, and in some cases humiliated.

    from the article: Arab filmmaker wins film award, Israel airline security nabs it
    First published 01:11 18.12.09 | Last updated 09:35 18.12.09
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