July 24, 2014

Why I Flew to Israel

Michael Bloomberg, Bloomberg

AP Photo

Just hours after the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration prohibited domestic airlines from flying to Israel this week, I boarded an El Al flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City to Ben-Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv to express solidarity with the Israeli people and show the world that Israel’s airports remain open and safe.

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TAGGED: Michael Bloomberg, Hamas, Gaza, Tel Aviv, Ben Gurion Airport, Palestinians, Middle East, Israel

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