Arkia has to stop flying to Stockholm because Swedish airport dhimmies refuse to allow Israeli methods of security inspections dictated by Shin Bet, which inlcude ethnic, personal profiling, and extensive questioning.
Haaretz Thus, Stockholm’s airport joined those in Malmo, Sweden and in Copenhagen in refusing to allow Israeli security inspections, which involve ethnic and personal profiling, extensive questioning and selective inspections based on the perceived degree of risk to security.
Arkia, the only Israeli airline flying to Sweden, had to move its operations to Malmo and Stockholm this year after Denmark refused to permit Israeli security procedures at its airports last summer. Arkia elected to fly passengers to Sweden and take them by land to Denmark. Now this avenue is closed. (Why would Israelis even want to fly to Sweden, considering that Jews are fleeing Sweden because of Muslim antisemitism and violence?)
“It seems from the international media that additional European countries waving the flag of civil rights and equality will refuse the Israeli security demands, which I’ve warned would happen,” said Arkia CEO Gadi Tepper. Arkia and other Israeli airlines would face serious difficulty if much of Europe is blocked to them, he said.