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Irish Airline Ryanair Cancels Flights to Israel in Wake of Crimes on Gaza

Irish airline Ryanair has refused to fly to “Israel,” in the wake of the occupation entity’s ongoing onslaught in Gaza that has killed nearly 30,000 people since Oct. 7 2023.

The Irish have been long standing advocates of Occupied Palestine and have repeatedly called out the Israeli Regime for its crimes against humanity. 

“Ryanair confirms that it has unfortunately canceled its scheduled flights to and from Tel Aviv from Tuesday 27 February, as Terminal 1 at Ben Gurion Airport is no longer available to low-cost airlines,” the airline company said.

The low-cost airline has canceled all flights scheduled to Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, Occupied Palestine, scheduled for March and April.

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