The Chinese airline, Hainan Airlines, which began operating in the Zionist entity half a year ago has come under scrutiny for marking the occupied territories on its multimedia flight system as “Palestinian Territories.”
Zionist passengers aboard the Tel-Aviv-bound plane from Beijing were shocked to discover that the word “Israel” was nowhere to be seen on the map.
The screens, which were photographed on a flight which landed on Tuesday in Ben Gurion Airport, display Syria, Cyprus and Lebanon but only Tel Aviv and Jerusalem appear on the map while “Israel” is clearly omitted.
According to the report, a passenger wrote on Facebook that he discovered during the flight that “Israel” was not featured on the in-flight navigation map and that instead, “Palestinian Territories” was listed.
“I wanted to see how the plane was progressing toward its destination and thus took a look at the in-flight navigation map. I was surprised when I saw that the plane’s destination on the screen was listed as the ‘Palestinian Territories’ and not ‘Israel’,” wrote the passenger, according to EJP. [FULL SOURCE]
lhwm notes: Zechariah 2:8 For thus said the Lord of hosts, after [His] glory had sent me [His messenger] to the nations who plundered you—for he who touches you touches the apple or pupil of His eye: