The second incident was after I boarded the plane, I was standing with two of my colleagues. We were introducing ourselves. One of the guys said he was from Germany. Immediately another crew member said ” good, my father is Palestinian, so that means we both hate the f’ing Jews” my German colleague was horrified and informed him that he absolutely did not share his views. At this point I informed them that I was Jewish and asked if he felt that way about me? He replied that if he could he would drop a bomb on every one of us.

I spoke to my manager who said that on our return to London she would put in an official complaint about him. However, during the course of the next few days i received so many intimidating comments from the rest of my colleagues, like if you report him he could lose his job and pension and he has a family to support, and I was made to feel like the bad one, and didn’t report him (i regret that)

(via everydayantisemitism)

Obviously, such sentiment is not common among all Palestinians, or even most, but sadly, this TYPE of workplace intimidation is all too common.

(via littlegoythings)
One day on a flight from London to Tel Aviv this is what happened. An orthodox Jewish man was speaking to one of the crew members because his family was missing one kosher meal. The crew member looked at his passenger list and told him that it definitely had not been ordered. The passenger insisted that it had. The crew member’s response was ” you may have been on Schindler’s list, but you’re not on mine”. I immediately wrote a report, with no response and I urged the passenger to do the same. He refused.


One time in sixth grade I was being bullied really badly, and this whole circle of people gathered around me and the girl that was bullying me, and she smirked and went ‘You dumb rich bitch.’ And everyone was like OOOOOOH and I stood there for a second before pulling 20 dollars out of my wallet, placed it in her hand, and said “Buy some better insults.” And I swear the entire lunchroom rioted.