Defiant Michael Bloomberg Flying to Tel Aviv to Protest FAA Ban


bloombergA defiant former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg – in “solidarity with the Israeli people” – announced last night that he’d fly to Tel Aviv to protest a Federal Aviation Administration ban on U.S. carriers there.

“This evening I will be flying on El Al to Tel Aviv to show solidarity with the Israeli people and to demonstrate that it is safe to fly in and out of Israel,” the billionaire ex-mayor said in a statement posted on his website.

“Ben Gurion is the best-protected airport in the world, and El Al flights have been regularly flying in and out of it safely. The flight restrictions are a mistake that hands Hamas an undeserved victory and should be lifted immediately. I strongly urge the FAA to reverse course and permit U.S. airlines to fly to Israel.”

The FAA on Tuesday said the ban – for at least 24 hours – was instituted after a rocket landed about a mile away from Ben Gurion International Airport. Other international carriers also suspended flights to Israel’s main airport.

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  1. Let the faa and eu boycott chicago, nyc, and many cities the have double digit murders going on more or less on daily basis

  2. This FAA ban is a de facto ECONOMIC EMBARGO waged against Israel by the Obama Government.

    It is aiding and abetting terrorism by giving Hamas’s despicable human shield tactics legs.

    This FAA ban is wrong, wrong, WRONG!! STOP IT ASAP!!

  3. I don’t understand if the people who hire other planes to fly them to Israel are not going to fly there why not transfer your tickets to EL AL, they will always fly into Israel. Why wait for the ban to lift EL AL is still in business and would love to take people to Israel. Good for their commercial nothing stops EL AL.


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