You can't understand because they haven't explained anything. They will announce what exactly has been signed on Sunday.ירוק OLE! said:I read the article and I really don't understand. The government will pay the football club money to attract tourists to Israel...anyone understand this? I saw it on so many websites
Actually I thought that London was the place "infamous for suicide bombings ". On the other hand there isn't any sun there ...Raanan said:
I totally agree with you, but we'll see what happens time will tellJern Lizardhous said:I hope our board tell Emirates to go fuk themselves, they are paying for the naming rights, they have fuk all to do with decisions our football club make.
That’s ridiculous.Kappa21 said:If you can recall, Chelsea was the one who came to Israel while they had a Fly Emirates sponsorship, but they took it off. Right now, there is no problems with having Israel be seen on stands in the Arsenal new stadium, while Fly Emirates is being shown...
that should be intresting what happens..
Perhaps Emirates might pull out of there 100 Million dollar deal. You never know...
panicos said:Arsenal have an extensive community programme with Isreal, helping both Hewish and Arab children.
what is the problem with Emirates? When they negotiatied with David Dein and Danny Fiszmann, did it matter that they were both Jewish?
Lallou said:That’s ridiculous.
It's none of Emirate Airline's business whether Arsenal decides to promote tourism in Israel or not.
It would be very unprofessional if they decide to withdraw or whatever.
Kappa21 said:I recall a joke i heard in synagogue once, where a British Jew goes on a an Air Emirate flight and asks the stewartist for Kosher food. And the stewartist looks at him with an irritatated frown and replied "Kosher food? What Kosher food you want? The blood and bones of innocent Fhalistini Children?" and the Brit-Jew goes... "No! Just cook it up a little more, an extra 10 minutes in the stove, thats all" :howler:
Ouch.Kappa21 said:Its so bad that Jews or Israelis and people wtih Israel stamped on there passport are not allowed to have any rights to access the UAE.
Last year, there was a trip to Abu Dhabi. I got a chance to go to an interview for it (it was free for students...all inclusive) only to find out that i had a "passport violation". Violation for what? I didnt commit a crime when i went abroad. I didnt do anything bad....all i did was have Born in: Israel on my passport. Enough to declare my a violator.
Don´t worry, sometimes we also get off topic. I agree on what you said, too bad some leaders don´t think that way.Lallou said:Ouch.
To be honest, I sadly think that's how it is in most Arabian-gulf countries. I mean seeing how the UAE is the most ‘free’ country on the gulf. And I'm more than sure it's even stricter in KSA. This country refuses tourism in any case, and take it from a native, there's nothing here to see. Well the Ruins of Saleh are said to be worth a visit.
Jews are welcome in Egypt and Lebanon for sure; there are a few numbers or Arabian Jews there.
You know, a couple of years back I heard in class that there are some existing Saudi-Jews in the southern part of the kingdom. It was funny but sad how the teacher suddenly denied that and was all "WE ARE THE COUNTRY OF ISLAM AND ISLAM ONLY".
They bitch about Muslim's not having right abroad when they don't give people here the freedom of choosing their own religion.
For me it's not a problem personally because I'm Muslim and I embrace it, but just the fact that people can't choose their religion seriously pisses me off. You can't go on forcing your religion on someone. It's just wrong.
Whoa I seriously went off topic, my apologies.
And btw that was a sick joke. I'm not being over-sensetive here, but seriously man.