A video from Jewish Human Rights Watch found a woman who asked an airline ticket server for a couple tickets to Bangkok was denied — because of their Jewish heritage.
“I feel as though I’m being racially abused at the moment because I’m a citizen of the only Jewish state and you told me that it’s the only state that you will not allow to fly on your airline,” the woman in the video says to the ticket taker.
The video then notes that in response, Col. Richard Kemp filed a formal complaint at the Kuwaiti Embassy. And what happened?
“I’m making a complaint about Kuwait Airways’ discrimination against Jews as a result of their policy not allowing any Israeli citizens to board their aircraft,” he said.
This is the guy who fought for Kuwait in 1991 and 1992, the Gulf War, along with plenty of British, American and France soldiers and military members. And as Kemp noted: 148 were killed fighting.
“[They] were killed fighting to free Kuwait from Iraq and they didn’t fight and die in order that Kuwait could discriminate in the way it does against Jewish people,” he said. “Jewish soldiers were among those who fought and died to save Kuwait.”
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