Delta Accused of Discriminating Against Christians, Jews

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Jennifer LeClaire


Delta Air Lines is under fire for the company it keeps.

The American Center for Law and Justice is outright demanding
that Delta Air Lines put the kibosh on its partnership with Saudi Arabian Airlines. Why? The ACLJ says the airlines has discriminatory policies targeting Jews, Christians and women.

Under the Delta-Saudi
arrangement, American Jews and non-Jews with an Israel stamp in their
passport may be prohibited from flying into the country, which embraces
Sharia Law and open discrimination.

And the ACLJ isn’t stopping there. The group is also asking the Federal Aviation Administration and Congress to
investigate the prejudicial business deal. Jay Sekulow, chief counsel of the ACLJ, is confident that Congress will want to examine the transaction and relationship very closely.

“For Delta to form a
business relationship with a country that has a disturbing record of
human rights violations is not only problematic, but warrants further
scrutiny from the federal government and Congress. Delta
says it does not discriminate in its business practices, but then says
it cannot control what other nations do. Delta can’t have it both ways,” Sekulow says. “If you choose to do business with a government that discriminates on the
basis of religion, ethnicity and gender, you simply cannot brush it
aside. We’re calling for FAA oversight of this deal and a congressional
investigation. Delta can do the right thing—cancel this business
relationship—and it should.”

The ACLJ is launching a national protest campaign urging Americans to express their concerns over the Delta-Saudi alliance.

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