Unruly Israeli passenger causes flight to divert to Canada


ed note–this incident, along with many others of similar flavor, represent but a microcosm of what Jews do on the larger world scene in general. No matter what the circumstance is, they can’t just sit there and be cooperative, complimentary cogs in the bigger wheel, but must always be making some disruptive noise and causing some ruckus, whether on the social, cultural, or political level, and is the reason why they have been viewed as the ‘corrosive force’–quoting the Jewish writer Douglas Rushkoff throughout the entirety of their history, going all the way back to the book of Genesis

Times of Israel

A 35-year-old Israeli man was scheduled Monday to appear before the provincial court in St. John’s, Newfoundland, after his unruly behavior caused an Austrian Airlines flight from Vienna to New York to divert to Canada.

CBC News reported the man, who was not named in media reports, was charged with causing a disturbance, uttering threats and violating the Aeronautics Act — the Canadian law governing civil aviation.

Police say they were called to St. John’s International Airport after the plane landed Sunday.

Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers removed the passenger from the plane and he was taken to the Health Sciences Center to be seen by a doctor.

In June 2015, another Israeli passenger, Yossi Davidov, was taken off an Austrian Airlines flight from Austria to Israel for unruly behavior and for mistreating a flight attendant.

Davidov, a cinematographer, was removed from the plane along with three photographers with whom he was traveling from Vienna to Tel Aviv. He was arrested in Vienna and swiftly released, with help by the head of the Bucharian Jewish community in Vienna, after paying a 100 euro fine.

Davidov said that his behavior was provoked by a Muslim flight attendant who singled him out because he was Jewish.

He later apologized for his behavior and told Channel 2 that although the flight attendant provoked him by discriminating against him, he regretted his disproportionate response that led to his arrest.

  1. #1 by Harry Shade on 01/11/2016 - 9:34

    As usual, Jews blame others (preferably Muslims) for their own misdeeds.

  2. #2 by CK on 01/11/2016 - 9:34

    A Muslim flight attendant singled him out because he was Jewish, eh? It’s always the fault of “dem Moozlems.”

  3. #3 by Peter on 01/11/2016 - 9:34

    I would have liked to hear what the Muslim Flight Attendant would have to say about the Jew’s behavior, but of course in the Jew media we only hear the words of the Jew. On an Austrian Airline he gets into an altercation with a Muslim. Does anyone else see the irony here? Which does he hate more, the Austrians or the Muslim. Jews are the leading racists of the world and that is why they get along with no one and they are so despised. But reading Jew news you might wonder if he is the victim.

  4. #4 by ariadnatheo on 01/11/2016 - 9:34

    “He was arrested in Vienna and swiftly released, with help by the head of the Bucharian Jewish community in Vienna”

    Oy, see, that’s why the Bucharians and all other Jews in the “Galut” are needed: to protect Israeli Jews when they are faced with anti-semitism!

  5. #5 by fres on 01/11/2016 - 9:34

  6. #6 by Isaac on 01/11/2016 - 9:34

    The Jews always have an excuse for their twisted sick mentality. They are the most stupid people in this world. They do not know the law of Cause and Effect, they don’t understand that people will react to their evil behavior.

  7. #7 by nooralhaqiqa on 01/12/2016 - 9:34

    Jews behaving badly? Not possible!

    They are simply clueless as to how to behave decently in polite society and have to bring everyone else down to their level.

    Sad thing? They really believe that everyone else not approving of their delusions deserves to die a painful death.

    Meanwhile, it is always someone else’s fault. Always.

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