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Report: FAA Backed Down After Israeli Threat to Ramp Up

Israel threatened to go disproportional on Gaza, if the FAA ban on US flights to Israel wasn't rescinded.
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Photo Credit: IDF Spokesperson/Flash90

Israel reportedly told the United States that it understands the rules and the reasoning behind the FAA ban on US flights to Israel, according to Arad Nir of Israel Channel 2.

Israel reportedly told the US that this situation (of the FAA ban) can’t continue, so in order to resolve it, Israel will need to significantly and disproportionately ramp up its attack on Gaza, and put an immediate stop to all the rocket attacks, thus allowing US flight to Israel to resume.

Nir claims the message was understood and the FAA ban was rescinded.

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15 Responses to “Report: FAA Backed Down After Israeli Threat to Ramp Up”

  1. Maaz Malick says:

    If Arab Quits war, there will be no war… If Israhell quits war, there will be no israhell

  2. Does anybody need more prof that the FAA ban was orchestrated by Husein Obama?

  3. If you took an enema, there would be no more Maaz.

  4. theres no need to ban flight in israel.

  5. Josh Barrack says:

    Wait, you live where? And you’re calling another country hell? Bwahahaha.

  6. It sounds unreal. The whole FAA story is sheer inflated hysteria.US state dept. has always been Arabist… I don’t want to believe that politics were behind it … I’m not sure.

  7. El Alber YB says:

    ****ING TIRED TO STUPID LIMITS.I I SAY PUNCH.I

  8. Too bad my kid’s flight already cancelled!!

  9. Ilan Haran says:

    Ramp it up so! BHO butt out…

  10. right and i have a bridge in brooklyn for sale

  11. Aha!! Now you get it!

  12. Go harder Ben, – no Mercy

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