While Delta Airlines obfuscates and dances around the truth (they have really perfected the art of taqiyya), their website tells the story. Go to the Delta Airlines website and look at the information listed there. Delta doesn’t just work with Saudi Airlines; they post their info on the Delta website.
Not only are Jews not welcome, but women are told to cover their arms and to wear heavy clothing, among other sharia compliant rules. Further, Muslim women are restricted from travel without a husband or immediate member of the family.
Oh, and no kissing. It's very easy to find this info: (hat tip Jim P)
Go to www.delta.com
Put your cursor on Travel Information, and choose Travel Tools, Tips, and Fees from the drop-down menu.
On the right, under MORE INFO, choose Visa & Passport Information.
About 2/3 of the way down the screen, you will see where you can select your country of citizenship and destination country. You then click GO.
Just for the fun of it, I selected Israel for my country of citizenship and Saudi Arabia for my destination. The screen which appeared had the Delta logo and name at the top of the screen, and it said “The government of Saudi Arabia refuses admission and transit to nationals of Israel.”
Since there’s obviously no way that Delta can disassociate itself from this bigotry, it should do the right thing and disassociate itself from Saudi Airlines.
Here are the screen shots.
Main_screen.jpg – this is the screen where you select your country of citizenship (and residence, if appropriate), and your destination.
The racist kingdom respoonds:
SAUDI ARABIA DENIES RUMORS REGARDING TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS
WASHINGTON [June 24, 2011] -- The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia today issued the following statement regarding the false story being circulated on the Internet regarding implications of Saudi Arabian Airlines membership in the Delta Airlines SkyTeam Alliance:
"Rumors being circulated via the Internet regarding passenger flight restrictions on Saudi Arabian Airlines are completely false. The Government of Saudi Arabia does not deny visas to U.S. citizens based on their religion."