Author Topic: any thing to worry about changing planes in CDG paris due to the situation  (Read 1124 times)

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she wanted a picture of herself in the lounge not specifically trying to get achmad

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the fact he wanted to dump us asap when we were entitled to go to the lounge seems to indicate in retrospect that it was due to the fact he doesn't like ....

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the fact he wanted to dump us asap when we were entitled to go to the lounge seems to indicate in retrospect that it was due to the fact he doesn't like ....

Wow. What a ridiculous and racist assumption. Its because of logic like this that there are issues in the world.
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While I agree that you were treated poorly, not a situation I would want to be in. I do not necessarily think it's anti semitism that occurred. That being said it is possible to experience anti semitism anywhere in Europe (and the world) i would not be worried for my safety or anyone else's in cdg.