In tepid apology, El Al says it did not accuse ‘haredi’ passengers of violence, offers them free flight

More than a week after an El Al flight to Israel was diverted to Athens to avoid desecrating the Jewish day of rest, airline complies with demand for a public apology, offers compensation.

An El Al plane. Credit: Wikipedia.
An El Al plane. Credit: Wikipedia.
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