50,000 “Israelis” unable to celebrate holiday amid flight cancellations


Published: 2024-04-21 17:32

Last Updated: 2024-05-24 10:39

Stranded “Israelis” in airport. (File photo)
Stranded “Israelis” in airport. (File photo)

As tomorrow marks one of the three major Jewish holidays, over 50,000 “Israelis” have had their flights canceled and will be unable to celebrate the “Passover” holiday amidst the ongoing aggression against the Gaza Strip and the rising regional tensions with Iran after their massive aerial attack last week and the subsequent “Israeli” retaliation a few days ago.

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Several airlines have canceled their flights after Iran’s attack on “Israel” last week, and several carriers have’t even returned to their full service since Oct. 7, 2023 - per Hebrew Channel 12.

The Passover holiday will be celebrated tomorrow by those of Jewish faith, and is usually a peak period for traveling or vacationing.

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