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Israeli Arab journalist switches airline after 'humiliating' El Al security check

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posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 10:41 PM
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I guess they take it from the TSA.

This female journalist was rousted by Israel's El-Al agents, who take instructions from Israeli government agencies.

She switched her flight to a Turkish airline, without incident.



Nazareth-based women's magazine editor Yara Mashour tells Haaretz she felt as if she was 'raped' by airport by security agents in Milan airport.

An Arab journalist says she was so profoundly insulted by El Al security staff at a Milan airport that she changed her itinerary and may sue the Israeli national carrier.

Yara Mashour is the editor of the Nazareth-based women's magazine Lilac and the daughter of the late Lutfi Mashour, the editor and publisher of the Arabic weekly Al-Sinara. Yesterday she related what she said happened to her, her brother-in-law and another relative when they arrived at Milan's Malpensa Airport on Monday for their return flight to Israel, and reached the El Al security checkpoint.


Mistreated by El-Al




posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 10:45 PM
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What an idiotic thing to say.

EL AL shoot people at the airport too.

That happened on American soil.

At least TSA answer to our own government.



posted on Feb, 16 2012 @ 01:32 AM
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Actually, the TSA is looking into Israeli EL-AL techniques concerning profiling.

Not the other way around.



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