Ynet, via Atlas Shrugs, points out that Egypt Air’s route map suddenly shows an odd omission: no Israel. Ynet says that “Jordan’s land reaches the Mediterranean Sea.” Maybe, or else Israel has merged into an undifferentiated “Palestine.” Either way, while the other cities in the region to which Egypt Air flies are shown, there is no Tel Aviv. Click to enlarge:
The odd thing is that Egypt Air does fly to Ben Gurion Airport, four times a week. Is this a sign of things to come in the newly-liberated Egypt? Let’s hope not.
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