The next time you're flying home, Jochai and have to change over to Turkish Airlines and are segregated in front of all the passsengers, because of security contempt and ridicule voiced outloud that you may be another "Baby Killer in Gaza" and severe security risk" and forced to apologize to the security guard for daring to protest your humiliation and blatant discrimination, then we'll see what kind of "crybaby" you become. You might find yourself peeing all over yourself as well. Security is absolutely essential, but blatant discrimination and humiliation are not, and it has nothing to do with preventing murder. And you are right, Prufrock. I am disgusted and angry as well. I always fly El Al. I love the service and security, and good feeling of the flight, but next time I won't if I do not read about significant changes in "ATTITUDE" as opposed to "security" in El Al's response to this case. I won't be a "Jew Boy" for anyone, and will not turn anyone into my Jew Boy" either.
Obama to meet with Jordan's King Abdullah in White House later this month (Reuters)
from the article: El Al ordered to compensate humiliated Israeli Arab passengers
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