The Blaze has a troubling story
about Delta Airlines going into a business deal with Saudi Arabia that could lead to discrimination against Jews flying on their flights:
Imagine the protests in the streets if Delta Airlines were to tell Muslims that they could not fly somewhere because the local customs would not permit them to enter that country? And just how quickly would Rev. Al Sharpton be able to gather thousands to march against Delta Airlines if they would not allow black people onto their planes because the country where they were flying would not permit people of color to enter?
Those situations are impossible to conceive because they could never happen, right?
But Delta Airlines is facing a similar moral dilemma as they get are about to complete an alliance with Saudi Arabia. The Delta-Saudi deal means adding Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAA) to Delta’s SkyTeam Alliance. For the first time, this would allow Delta passengers to fly direct into Saudi Arabia, as long as passengers are not Jewish, do not have a passport from Israel or a passport that is stamped from Israel.
There are some copies of letter exchanges available at the link, and former Congressman Fred Grandy has taken up the case, among others. If Delta, which at least intially, refused to comment on the matter, goes through with this, then I think there's a worthy case to be made that they're worth boycotting and saving a lot of money over. No less important is why the House of Saud is still being allowed to conduct their dictatorial sharia policies without comment. I think this represents a very good opportunity to start taking the Saudis to task for their vicious mindsets, which even forbid women to drive
, though as some may have noticed, there does appear to be resistance to this kind of law rising up there recently.
Labels: anti-semitism, dhimmitude, House of Saud, islam, United States