‘HOLOCAUST BUSINESS’ REACHES FOR THE SKY

Some 25,000 Israeli teenagers visit Nazi death camps in Poland annually in trips organized since 1988 by Israeli high schools and Israel’s Education Ministry, according to The Marker financial news daily. Parents pay about $1,500 per student, with some $580 going to cover flight costs. In 2010, the ministry spent approximately $30 million on trips to Poland.
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Low-Cost Airline Mulls Israel-to-Auschwitz Flight

Tel Aviv Link to Krakow Would Cater to Death Camp Visitors

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The low-cost airline Ryanair announced it was considering flying a route from Tel Aviv to Krakow, the southern Polish city situated near the former Auschwitz death camp. The announcement Monday came one month after Israel’s government decided to allow new flights to Europe. “It seems that every Israeli child has to go to Poland to go and see Auschwitz. We can help them with that,” the Dublin-based carrier’s deputy chief executive, Howard Millar, said at a news conference in London. A Ryanair spokesman on Tuesday confirmed to AFP, the French news agency, that the airline “has had discussions with a number of Israeli airports, but they are purely exploratory at this time.” Some 25,000 Israeli teenagers visit Nazi death camps in Poland annually in trips organized since 1988 by Israeli high schools and Israel’s Education Ministry, according to The Marker financial news daily. Parents pay about $1,500 per student, with some $580 going to cover flight costs. In 2010, the ministry spent approximately $30 million on trips to Poland. A spokesperson for Israel’s education ministry said the ministry uses Israeli airliners as well as LOT, the Polish carrier. On April 21, Israel’s Cabinet approved an open skies agreement to boost airline traffic to and from Europe. Set to go into effect next April, it will ease restrictions and quotas on flights between Israel and European Union countries and likely will increase competition and lower prices.

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5 Comments

  1. May 22, 2013 at 17:09

    […] Some 25,000 Israeli teenagers visit Nazi death camps in Poland annually in trips organized since 1988 by Israeli high schools and Israel’s Education Ministry, according to The Marker financial news…  […]

  2. Scott said,

    May 22, 2013 at 19:31

    How much of that budget was financed by US taxpayers?

  3. ladybat2 said,

    May 22, 2013 at 23:06

    Every israeli child should be forced to visit the refugee camps that 5 million Palestinian refugees are forced to live in because the victims of Hitler decided they should have a homeland for themselves and it must be created on top of Palestine, a country that was already fully inhabited by a people whose over whelming majority were not Jews. These refugee camps are shameful and exist today in our time in front of our eyes. That is the holocaust of the present.

    The one that happened in Auschwitz happened before most of us were even born. Every israeli child should be forced to visit the refugee camps of an innocent people being forced to leave their private homes and country because European people calling themselves “Jews” were persecuted in Europe. A place that was far away and had nothing to do with Palestine or its native people. Every israeli child should be forced to see what their parents and grand parents did to the innocent Palestinian people right after their European Jewish parents and grand parents were done the very same way themselves in Europe.

    Its clear that what is going on here is that israeli parents are making sure their kids have it drummed into their heads that they are eternal victims, just like their parents and grand parents before them, therefore that gives them the right to behave no better than oppressors themselves.

    This way they don’t even have to feel guilty about it. Brainwashing themselves and their kids takes care of any inconvenient feelings of guilt for crimes committed against the native Palestinian people whose personal private properties they occupy.

    There seems to be no end to zionazi hypocrisy. They don’t even have the proper morality and sense enough to be embarrassed by their own behavior and how they are seen by the rest of the people who are forced to have to share planet earth with them.

  4. Kit Holz said,

    May 22, 2013 at 23:42

    Why travel so far? Stay at home and visit Gaza, your very own concentration camp.

  5. May 23, 2013 at 11:28

    The one that happened in Auschwitz happened before most of us were even born. Every israeli child should be forced to visit the refugee camps of an innocent people being forced to leave their private homes and country because European people calling themselves “Jews” were persecuted in Europe. A place that was far away and had nothing to do with Palestine or its native people. Every israeli child should be forced to see what their parents and grand parents did to the innocent Palestinian people right after their European Jewish parents and grand parents were done the very same way themselves in Europe.


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