The Independent reports:
A Holocaust survivor who was told to move seats on a flight so an Ultra-orthodox Jewish man would not have to sit beside a woman has said the rule is “not in the Torah”.
Renee Rabinowitz is now suing Israel’s national airline for discrimination after being told to change seats after a strictly religious Jewish man requested not to sit next to her.
The 81-year-old retired lawyer said El Al airline would never have agreed to a non-Jewish person saying they did not want to sit next a Jew, and this was “no different”.
“I don’t believe El Al would move a person in those circumstances,” Ms Rabinowitz told The Guardian.
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