Brussels Airlines Removes “Controversial Israeli Dessert” From Menu – JNS BREAKING ISRAEL NEWS

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Brussels Airlines Removes “Controversial Israeli Dessert” From Menu

“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that change darkness into light, and light into darkness; that change bitter into sweet, and sweet into bitter!” Isaiah 5:20 (The Israel Bible™)
The Palestinian Solidarity Movement activist was traveling from Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport to Brussels when he noticed the dessert being served was made by the Achva brand. He informed other activists about the product and they complained to the airline who conceded to their request.
Achva halva bar.
Achva halva bar.

The treat is made in the Barkan industrial park in the West Bank, an area the anti-Israel group calls “illegally occupied territory.”
After the public tweeted their shock over the decision, Brussels Airlines tweeted back they “have stopped serving that product on our flights as it was not what we had ordered.”
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A Brussels Airlines spokesperson denied reports that the company intentionally boycotting the Israeli-made product.
“The customer who came to us with the complaint brought to our attention that the aforementioned dessert is a controversial product,” spokesperson Kim Daenen told Yediot Ahronot. “As a company which serves an international audience full of people from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures, it is our responsibility to present products which will be amicable to all, and therefore, we decided to change desserts.”

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