Is Delta Airlines Judenrein?

Not only. Its worse: despite some mealy mouthed apologies there is another little problem with Delta:

Ever heard of the “Occupied Palestinian Territory?”

Anyone know where that country I highlighted is? We can only guess.

And then there’s this, which is spot-on:

As the rumor of no-Jews traveled the Internet all day, Detroit rabbi and blogger Jason Miller points out:

The issue here is one of principle. Delta isn’t being forced to include Saudi Arabian Airlines into its Sky Team Alliance. In fact, Delta could stand on principle and refuse to include Saudi Arabian Airlines based on its discriminatory policy.

Indeed.

(From You can’t go to Saudi Arabia but you can fly Delta)

Delta Sharia Airlines

Pamela Geller: While Delta Airlines obfuscates and dancing around the truth, they have really perfected the art of taqiya, their website tells the story. Go to Delta Airlines website and look at the information listed there.  Delta doesn’t just work with Saudi Airlines, they post their info on the Delta website.

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Delta scrambles for damage control in wake of taking on Saudi airline’s “No Jew” policy

They say they have to respect local laws in any country they fly into. Exactly how many of those discriminate against Israelis and “Jewish-sounding” names? More on this story. “Airline to Jewish rumor: ‘Delta does not discriminate.’,” from USA Today, June 24:

Earlier today some Jewish and Christian readers in the blogosphere were fired up about stories that Delta Air Lines, in its new alliance with Saudi Arabian Airlines, might wind up enforcing a Saudi policy of not admitting Israelis and non-Islamic religious items like Bibles on their flights.

Delta spokesman Trebor Banstetter responded with its non-discrimination policy and posted on their blog:

This is so condescending:

We’ve gotten questions today from you, our concerned customers, following an article about Saudi Arabian Airlines joining SkyTeam (the global airline alliance that includes Delta as a member). After listening to many of your thoughts today, we’d like to take this opportunity to share some information and help to clarify some of the questions we know you have.

First and foremost, I think one of the most important things to mention here is that Delta does not discriminate nor do we condone discrimination against anyone in regards to age, race, nationality, religion, or gender.

That said, some have raised questions about whether Saudi Arabian Airlines’ membership in SkyTeam means Delta is adopting any type of policies that could present barriers to travel for some passengers, including Jewish customers. For this particular concern, it’s important to realize that visa requirements to enter any country are dictated by that nation’s government, not the airlines, and they apply to anyone entering the country regardless of whether it’s by plane, bus or train.

We, like all international airlines, are required to comply with all applicable laws governing entry into every country we serve. You as passengers are responsible for obtaining the necessary travel documents, such as visas and certification of required vaccinations, and we’re responsible for making sure that you have the proper documentation before you board.

According to Religion News Service,

Saudi Arabia bans anyone with an Israeli stamp in their passport from entering the country, even in transit. Many Jews believe the kingdom has also withheld visas from travelers with Jewish-sounding names.

The USA Today commentary continues:

Maybe. Jewish leader Rabbi Irwin Kula was wary about inflaming concerns on this, saying he knows many professionals who are very open about their Jewish religious identity who fly to Saudi Arabia all the time for business.

As the rumor of no-Jews traveled the Internet all day, Detroit rabbi and blogger Jason Miller points out:

The issue here is one of principle. Delta isn’t being forced to include Saudi Arabian Airlines into its Sky Team Alliance. In fact, Delta could stand on principle and refuse to include Saudi Arabian Airlines based on its discriminatory policy.

The above is an update from this:

Delta Airlines adds Saudi airline to partner companies, will uphold “No Jew” policy on flights to kingdom

No right of return to occupied Yathrib. Not even if you work for the airline. Of course, this is the price of doing business in Saudi Arabia, whom petro-blackmail allows to function as one of the most backward and depraved closed societies on the planet. Delta, as one of the world’s largest airlines since it took over Northwest and head of the SkyTeam Alliance that Saudi Arabian Airlines is joining, has passed up a golden opportunity to insist on a higher standard of ethics and service than the Saudi airline is willing to uphold.

As the saying goes, we realize you have a choice in airlines, at least in most areas of the country. “Delta Adopts Saudi Arabian Airlines’ No Jew Policy,” by Rabbi Jason Miller for the Huffington Post, June 23 (thanks to JW):

Here’s a message if you want to get involved:

I DON’T KNOW IF YOU ARE AWARE OF THE FACT THAT DELTA AIRLINES HAS CHOSEN TO PARTNER WITH SAUDI AIRLINES WHICH HAS A NO JEW AND NO ISRAELI CITIZEN BAN.

BY PARTNERING WITH THIS AIRLINE, DELTA IS ALSO BEING DISCRIMINATORY. AMERICAN EXPRESS ALSO CARRIES A DELTA SKYMILES CARD THAT IS LINKED TO DELTA AIRLINES. I WAS JUST WATCHING CNBC AND THEY DISCUSSED THIS ISSUE AND ANNOUNCED THAT DELTA REFUSED TO SEND A REPRESENTATIVE ON TO EXPLAIN THEIR POSITION. I JUST CALLED DELTA AIRLINES CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS IN GEORGIA AT: 404-715-2600 AND THEY TOLD ME THAT THEY ARE GETTING THOUSANDS OF PHONE CALLS. WHEN YOU CALL, JUST HOLD FOR AN OPERATOR AND TELL HER THAT YOU WANT TO TALK TO A HUMAN BEING ABOUT A SERIOUS COMPLAINT. DO NOT PRESS ANY OF THE NUMBERS OR YOU WILL GET VOICE MAIL.

ALSO, I CALLED AMERICAN EXPRESS CORPORATE OFFICE IN NY. I SPOKE TO THE EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE CEO. I TOLD HIM THAT AMERICAN EXPRESS NEEDS TO PUT PRESSURE ON DELTA TO CANCEL THEIR PARTNERSHIP WITH SAUDI AIRLINES. HIS NAME IS : PAUL EBBIGHAUS AND HE CAN BE REACHED AT: 212-640-2000 X56820. PLEASE CALL BOTH OF THESE PLACES AND EXPRESS YOUR OUTRAGE!

Is Delta Airlines Showing Signs Of ‘Creeping Sharia’ Law & Should Jewish Passengers Be Concerned?

“We respectfully consider this matter closed and we will not be responding to this matter again.”

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