Three Israelis are under arrest in Moldova after attempting to board a plane bound for Tel Aviv while smoking, Channel 13 reported on Monday:
The three were returning to Israel after spending the Rosh Hashanah holiday in Uman, Ukraine, at the grave of Rebbe Nachman of Breslau.
While boarding a connecting flight in Chișinău, a flight attendant asked the youngest of the group, a 17-year-old man, to stop smoking. The flight attendant said that another passenger interrupted the conversation and physically attacked her.
A partial video of the incident broadcast by Channel 13 showed passengers scuffling with security personnel on the aircraft and screaming “Nazi, Nazi.”
The teenager was arrested along with his older brother, Nathan Shamai, and Shamai’s wife, who was not named in the report. The three were released to house arrest at the home of the country’s chief rabbi after he intervened in their case.
Disagreeing with the flight attendant’s retelling of the incident, Shamai told Channel 13 that after his brother was refused entry to the plane, he helped him talk to the security personnel because he did not know English.
“Suddenly the police came and arrested us violently and forcefully [and] put us in a detention cell for almost 30 hours,” he said, alleging that he was forced to sleep on a “bed of stone” and use a “cesspool” for a toilet.
“Suddenly, for no reason whatsoever….” Jews would have us believe that the airlines and police have nothing better to do than harass innocent Jews just because they are Jews, because everybody hates Jews just because they are Jews, or something like that.
The fact of the matter is that Israeli Jews grow up in an environment steeped in Jewish supremacism. They are told that non-Jews, especially Palestinians, are essentially cockroaches on two legs, sub-human, and genetically defective. During their mandatory stint in the Israeli army, they are encouraged to deal with Palestinians in the most dehumanizing ways, killing them at the drop of a hat if they “feel threatened”.
So it should shock no one that when they travel abroad in countries that don’t share their views of Jewish privilege, problems often arise when foreigners don’t grant them the deference that they think they deserve. And they know if they ever get in trouble, they should cry out “Nazi” and “antisemite”, and the whole “misunderstanding” will be swept under the rug.
Here a rabbi explains this Jewish privilege taught to Israeli youth: