By Dr. Fred DeRuvo
As it turns out, flying with Delta may be something I'm not interesting in doing in the future. Apparently, Delta have added Saudi Arabian Airlines to its SkyTeam Alliance operations. This will have unfortunate effects for Jews and even possibly Christians who carry Bibles wherever they go.
According to World Net Daily, this acquisition "would require the American carrier to ban Jews and holders of Israeli passports from boarding flights from New York or Washington bound for Jeddah, prompting outraged accusations of illegal religious discrimination." 
Here we are in 2011, and we are seeing shades of Nazism in various parts of the world. Tell me this is not discriminatory toward Jews? Tell me that it is nothing more than neo-Nazisim?
But I thought Islam was a religion of peace? Apparently, not when it comes to dealing with Jews...or people who carry Bibles. Essentially, if you're not Muslim, don't expect favors or even to be treated like a human being.
While Delta is hiding behind the "We've got to obey the various laws of the countries that we fly into, not just America" (my paraphrase). The problem though is that it appears that Delta voluntarily agreed to the Saudi position. I would think that even though Saudi Airlines is based in Saudi Arabia, Delta is not. Since Delta is the new owner, the laws that Delta must follow would be those of American law.
At any rate, this is merely one more example of how Islam and Sharia are forcing their way into the fabric of America. We need to be aware of that and at least for me, no more flying on Delta.
 Read more: Delta adopts Saudi 'no-Jew' fly policy http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=314309