Antisemitic Bus Drivers at Dulles Airport Strand 900 Jews on DC Tarmac – Refuse to Take Them to Israel March at National Mall

by J Pelkey
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On Tuesday there was a massive rally for Israel in Washington DC, drawing hundreds of thousands of American Jews and their allies.

Lawmakers from both the Democrat and Republican parties attended the rally.

900 attendees from the Detroit area found themselves stranded at Dulles as Jew-hating bus drivers declined to transport them to the rally.

The Biden administration declined to participate in the march and rally.

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On the same day of the March, every Senate Democrat voted to stop aid to Israel.

In contrast to the pro-Palestinian activists, the attendees at the rally for Israel sang the National Anthem. The event was peaceful and patriotic.


Despicable leftists shouted “Heil Hitler” at the crowd.



From Newsweek:

Hundreds of people were left stranded on the tarmac in Washington, D.C., after bus drivers refused to take them to the March for Israel on Tuesday, according to a rabbi.

The March for Israel brought over 100,000 people to the nation’s capital in a show of solidarity for Israel and to call attention to the hostages that are still being held by Hamas. While the event was peaceful and garnered support from legislators of both major political parties, several rabbis said getting to the rally was a harrowing journey after their buses never showed up.

David Kurzman, senior director of community affairs at the Jewish Federation of Detroit, told reporters on a call that it was a “historic day” for the Jewish community that was marred by the experience with the bus drivers.

Kurzman wouldn’t say which bus company was involved or who was responsible for coordinating the transportation. But he said he was informed people called in sick when they became aware of the assignment.

“In the way that this action prevented community members, proud Jewish Americans, from exercising their freedom to speak, protest, assemble, gather today at the nation’s capital, that to me was a malicious act,” Kurzman said.

Kurzman stopped short of calling it an “act of antisemitism,” but said it was an act targeting the Jewish community.

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