Israeli Airport Sorts Passengers with ‘Jewish Stickers’ and ‘Arab Stickers’
The Zionist Supremacists use stickers on passports of passengers at Tel Aviv airport in order to determine who is a Jew and who is not—and then treat them differently, it has been revealed.
The incredible further example of blatant Jewish Supremacist racism—which is directly subsidized to the tune of over $8 billion per day by the American taxpayer—was unknown outside Israel until Palestinian Christian singer Mira Awad recently revealed it in a status update on her Facebook page after clearing passport control at Tel Aviv airport.
Awad, who is a a celebrity in Israel who has participated in the Eurovision, the Israeli version of “Dancing with the Stars” and is also known for her role in Sayed Kashua’s television sitcom “Arab Labor,” also revealed that the Israelis used to use completely different stickers on passports to mark out Jews from non-Jews, but that recently this was changed slightly to “make it less visible to the trained eye.” Nowadays, the stickers are the same color, but are slightly different sizes.
So, I was checked at the airport, they asked the questions, put the stickers on, and I proceeded to the X-Ray machine. Suddenly, the young security man comes to me: “Mira? Mira Awad?”
Security man: “Can I see your passport? There’s a mistake with the sticker.”
I almost told him: “No, you’re not mistaken, I see you put the right one on — the sticker for Arabs”, but I didn’t say that (security people have their humor extracted during their preparatory course).
I gave him my passport, he opens it, takes off the sticker in the passport and on the suitcase and puts on a new one, different, the same color but smaller.
Now the dilemma. On the one hand it’s obvious the young man has just made my life easier by putting on the sticker for Jews.
On the other hand, it’s one of the things that it’s hard to say thanks for. I mean, thank you for not considering me a terrorist any more?
Thanks that someone whispered to you, “it’s Mira Awad,” so the “Awad” isn’t scary anymore?
Thanks for upgrading me to a Class A citizen? I turned into one of “ours,” or actually one of “yours.”
A small sticker that carries with it such huge humiliation, and today even enfolds stupidity.
Because since they cancelled the stickers with different colors, which we protested, they made new stickers with less recognizable differences to the inexperienced eye, and here they are embarrassing themselves with unaware patronizing like, “Let’s award you with the status of a privileged person!” — so you don’t say that we aren’t humane.
By the way, it happened to me also last week, when a senior security man who wanted to “show off” (maybe you’ll say he wanted to joke around, but we’ve already concluded that he doesn’t know how to joke around, see earlier “extraction of humor”) and asked one of his employees to get me one of the “regular” stickers and then winked at me as he continued to speak him: “Can’t you see it’s Mira Awad?”
So, the conclusion is, if you’re Israeli and your name is Awad – you better be famous! If not, forget about the duty free! Yalla, I’m out of here. For now.”