Kuwait Airways ‘within its rights’ to ban Israeli

The ruling angered Jewish groups and others, who argued that it condoned anti-Semitism.
Kuwait Airways cancelled the passenger’s ticket for a flight from Frankfurt to Bangkok.
The Frankfurt court said the airline was respecting the laws of Kuwait, which does not recognise the state of Israel.

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  • DaninVan

    Why on Earth would an Israeli even consider flying on an Arab airline??? That was the only airline that flies to Bangkok?

    • Alain

      Of course it isn’t the only airline flying to Bangkok, so that is a good question. I don’t know why any non Muslim would use a Muslim airline, especially when Thai Air (not sure if name has been changed) offers excellent if not the best service when travelling to Bangkok. That said the court ruling is ridiculous, because imagine what the ruling would have been had it been an airline refusing to fly a Muslim for the same reason.

  • Hard Little Machine

    A German court defending Sunni Jew haters in their discrimination of Jews in Germany? Where are my smelling salts?

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    …were the flying musthangs all worried about the Jooo letting go a shoe-joooo-bomb or popping a few caps onboard?