Sunday, February 16, 2020

  • Sunday, February 16, 2020
  • Elder of Ziyon

According to Rome's Il Messaggero, an Italian bus line leased 70 buses that had been used for ten years in Tel Aviv - only to find out that they did no tmeet more modern emissions requirements for the EU, and they were therefore worthless.

The contract terms showed that even if they return the buses they would have to pay 16% of the 4.3 million euros of the total cost.

Italians are upset over the obvious waste of public money.

The Italian company instead decided to resell the buses to Morocco. So now the Moroccans are angry that they bought buses that were originally used in Israel.

The buses are still in the port but people are upset - Casablancans are upset that the buses that they desperately need are not being deployed yet, and the Islamists are angry because they have a bizarre idea that since the buses were used in Israel for a number of years this would be a form of "normalization."

Even though the buses were not manufactured in Israel. Even though Israel will not receive a dime for the buses being sold by Rome.

If someone can demonstrate that a percentage of the water in Morocco's beaches was once off the coast of Israel, maybe the Islamists there will have to move elsewhere.

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