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MH370 Concerns

Israel Tightens Airspace Rules

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Israel has tightened airspace rules for aircraft entering Israeli airspace according to a report on Israel Channel 2.

The report said that the rules have been tightened in response to the missing missing Malaysian plane MH370.

Additional unnamed measures have been taken to protect Israel from potential attacks via its airspace from hijacked/sabotaged commercial jetliners.

There is suspicion among some Israeli security experts that Iran is involved in the plane’s disappearance.

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42 Responses to “Israel Tightens Airspace Rules”

  1. God Bless & Protect Israel

  2. They’ve got a point

  3. they are in my prayers.

  4. Louisa Brown says:

    Godbless Israel the holy land

  5. Any who dont fallow rules, they must attack

  6. Stay alert…stay sharp…!!!

  7. think iran behind it

  8. God bless & protect.

  9. God bless & protect.

  10. GOD protects his chosen people il be with you in prayer.

  11. Dani Essex says:

    I’m so sorry ….be super careful. God blesses your country.

  12. Standing With Israel

  13. Shirley Ford says:

    GOD WATCHES OVER ISRAEL

  14. Shirley Ford says:

    GOD WATCHES OVER ISRAEL

  15. Kathy Boling says:

    That is what I fear as well…May HaShem protect Israel…and bless Her…with Shalom Shalom

  16. Wise move, Israel. I’ve had thoughts along this same line about my country.

  17. America should do the same.

  18. pilots were muslims, huh?

  19. Mick Bolton says:

    Anything flying in without a working transponder…..

  20. This would kill two birds with one stone:

  21. There were many comments on the news blogs that the plane was hijacked so as to be a vehicle for an attack on Israel. Vigilance is essential.

  22. That’s what I was thinking, a plane with a nuke….

  23. The have every reason to be concerned.

  24. Lets see a container ship had missing cargo?? A missing large jet?? what was the cargo??Posted about a week before the MH370?? who is behind this Hello any body looking ??

  25. All muslims are terrorist

  26. Benny Mathew says:

    God is on the throne. He is in control.

  27. Leo Erwin says:

    ISRAEL HAS ALWAYS HAD TIGHT AIR SPACE….IN THE 60 THEY WOULD BUS U IN THE NITE TO THE PLANE AND DARK…DARK…AND OFF INTO THE AIR….OVER FRANKFURT….NO ONE KNIEW WHERE THE HELL YOU WERE GOING….ONLY THE PILOT..AND YOU WERE IN LIMBO…FOR SOMETIME…THEN IN THE 70S AS WELL AND INTO THE 80…..GOING TO ISRAEL FROM FRANCE…GERMANY…OR ENGLAND…WAS ALWAYS SECRET TIME………..THAT IS HOW WE MADE IT THERE…..

  28. Maynard Miller says:

    First reports from Far East "Many important Chinese aboard" Maybe they were kidnapped to use as bargaining for political or financial reasons.

  29. May the wisdom of God continue in Israel.

  30. Kjeld Hesselmann says:

    Most probable, that the satanic Mullahs of the ShariaState are behind the disappeared jet-liner. Better be on guard.

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