July 14, 2014, - 8:44 am

JetBlue Removes Pro-Israel Jews After Palestinian Complains – HAMASAir?

By Debbie Schlussel

So, now, as I’ve long predicted would happen in America, Jews are the “unsafe terrorist” passengers and terrorist-supporting Palestinian Muslims are the new arbiters of “safety” on planes. That’s what Dr. Lisa Rosenberg, a Jewish woman, learned when she was escorted off a JetBlue flight after an anti-Semitic Palestinian (and likely Muslim) passenger complained about Rosenberg’s cell phone conversation praising Israel in its attempts to defend itself against HAMAS terrorists. Oh, and she was removed by sheriff’s deputies as if she were a criminal.



Is JetBlue “Judenrein Air”?

What’s that sound I hear? Bin Laden having another last laugh from the watery grave.

A woman is claiming anti-Semitism is to blame for her being thrown off a JetBlue flight leaving from Palm Beach International Airport this week. Lisa Rosenberg had boarded a flight home to New York Monday night after her vacation in Palm Beach County. She said she was on the phone with a friend talking about the violence in Israel and her concern for her daughter, who will be studying there next year. She said the trouble on the plane began when she finished her call. “A woman comes up to me and says to me ‘I’m a Palestinian,’ and she starts cursing at me. ‘Zionist pig. This is just the beginning,'” Rosenberg said.

Rosenberg said she never said anything negative about Palestinians and was only complimenting Israel on how leaders there have handled this latest conflict.

Um, why is that “distinction” (without a difference) relevant? It’s a free country. Do you think any airline would dare kick a Palestinian off a flight for saying anything negative about Jews or Israel? PUH-LEEZE. Only on El-Al (and maybe not even on El-Al). If she’d said something negative about Palestinians would that justify Dr. Rosenberg getting thrown off the flight and Ms. “Zionist Pig” remaining on the flight? Hell, no.

The argument between the women got heated and a flight attendant had to intervene, Rosenberg said. A few minutes later, a supervisor told her she needed to leave the plane. “I can’t believe it. I said, ‘Why would you do that?’ I said, ‘Why don’t you have her leave the plane?'” she said. Rosenberg said nobody from JetBlue would answer her questions. She said only the other woman had complained and said she was not comfortable flying with Rosenberg.

“I said, ‘The passenger, the Palestinian passenger, didn’t feel comfortable with me, the Jewish doctor being on the plane?'” Rosenberg said she was humiliated but left the plane.

JetBlue confirmed Rosenberg was removed from the flight and added the story she tells “in no way reflects the report that we have.” JetBlue would not release that report and would not specify what’s in it.

Rosenberg said her story is the absolute truth and believes she’s been the victim of a hate crime. “I just was completely outraged that I would be asked to leave a plane, being a Jew,” she said. Rosenberg contacted the Anti-Defamation League. Officials there said they are investigating the incident.

Watch the video (which doesn’t provide a way to post here).

After hearing about this, I would not go to Dr. Rosenberg as a patient. A smart woman would immediately hire a lawyer and sue the heck out of JetBlue as the terrorist-supporting Muslims always do (and almost always get the airlines to do endless mea culpas and sensitivity training ad absurdum). If the events are as she claims (and I believe they are or JetBlue would have released the report and disputed and refuted her with specific facts–plus), this is a civil rights case. And JudenreinBlue Air should be made to pay.

Leaving the job of “investigating” anti-Semitism and discrimination to the far-left, pro-Islamic terrorist ADL is like leaving giving the job to the late Inspector Clouseau and the former Arthur Andersen (with apologies to Monsieur Clouseau for the ADL comparison). And the O.J. jury. This is an organization that repeatedly denies real anti-Semitism and prefers to cozy with the kinds of Muslims who got Dr. Rosenberg kicked off the plane.

Oh, and by the way, somebody needs to remind the brainiacs at JetBlue that it wasn’t the Jewish religion whose members flew planes into buildings and murdered 3,000 Americans or whose members tried to blow up a plane with underwear or who shot up Fort Hood, etc., etc., etc. Ms. “Zionist Pig” Palestinian should have been thrown off the plane, but JetBlue knows she’ll actually hire a lawyer, while this sucker sends it to the black hole dead end of the ADL.


A Jewish woman was kicked off a JetBlue flight Monday night at Palm Beach International Airport after a heated discussion with another passenger about the conflict in Israel.

Dr. Lisa Rosenberg, a physician from New York, was returning home from vacation boarding a flight from PBIA to John F. Kennedy International Airport. She said she had just finished a phone conversation with a colleague when a woman said she was offended by Rosenberg’s remarks.

“I was saying how it was good Israel found the students that killed the Palestinian teenager and how it was exemplary not making them into heroes, but seeking to publicly try them,” Rosenberg said. “I said any other country would have made these students out to be martyrs and celebrating them.” Rosenberg added that she had never heard of the Palestinians seeking the same sort of justice against one of their own people. . . .

Rosenberg said that after she finished her call, a woman approached her, identified herself as Palestinian and said she was offended by the conversation. Words were exchanged and Rosenberg was asked to leave the plane. JetBlue confirms Rosenberg was asked to exit the plane and complied. Rosenberg said the woman used racial slurs, threatened her daughter and demanded Rosenberg be removed because she felt uncomfortable.

However, a representative from the airline said Rosenberg’s story “in no way reflects the report that we have. . . . [Corporate communications manager Morgan] Johnston said the report is not available to media and would not give details of what it said. The name of the other woman was not available.

Rosenberg described the incident as an “ugly, racially driven altercation.” She said “voices were raised” and that perhaps she was more vocal during the scene, but that it was because she felt victimized. A Palm Beach County Sheriff’s deputy arrived after Rosenberg had been escorted off the plane by airline representatives, sheriff’s spokeswoman Teri Barbera said. . . .

Obstetrician Myles Kobren, who was on the phone with Rosenberg just before the incident, confirmed Rosenberg’s account of the conversation, but did not hear details of the discussion with the other passenger. He said he remembers hearing a woman identify herself as Palestinian and said she didn’t like the comments Rosenberg was making, but then the call was disconnected.

Until JetBlue explains what really happened–and it won’t be forced to until and unless there is a lawsuit and/or it is hurt financially–it’s safe to assume that Dr. Rosenberg’s story is accurate and that if you are a Jew or pro-Israel, it’s best to take another airline.

Get a lawyer, lady.

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110 Responses

You can’t make this stuff up. I hope there’s a legal action by the aggrieved doctor which costs jet blue a few bucks in damages and bad publicity.

Bikerrich on July 14, 2014 at 9:12 am

    Dr. Rosenberg and the muzzy both sound like major cunts.

    They both should have kicked off.

    bed bug on July 15, 2014 at 12:50 am

    Apparently you can make this stuff up, which the lady in question and Debbie just did. This story has no semblance to the facts.

    M on July 22, 2014 at 3:40 pm

How about Dershowitz? HA!

I love the Clouseau reference – I once mentioned to a Frenchman that Peter Sellers was the greatest French actor of all time. He responded that Sellers was the greatest actor that played a Frenchman.

Dale Zalaoras on July 14, 2014 at 9:16 am

    Yes, everything in this article is on the money, with the possible exception of the tongue-in-cheek reference to Inspector Clouseau (in the role original by the great legendary comic actor, Peter Sellers and also ably played by Steve Martin). Always remember that one way or another (usually another), Clouseau always gets his man. So that’s the disinction.

    I can’t believe that this woman isn’t suing JetBlue. I think her case would get some publicity–and that could be helpful, particularly in the hands of a good attorney. I’ve never flown JetBlue–though I travel quite a bit–and now, I don’t think I ever will.

    Ralph Adamo on July 14, 2014 at 1:58 pm

If it wasn’t for the fact that I have no other choice on my flights to and from Puerto Rico, I’d cancel my True Blue account and find another airline immediately. Being poor and there being no other game in town for me, I’m left to continue using them. It’s a shame, because my experience with Jet Blue has been nothing but pleasant and event free through the years.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on July 14, 2014 at 9:33 am

    Alfredo, I’m not sure of your required itinerary but I do know that Spirit airlines flies to San Juan from Orlando as well as Ft. Lauderdale (and, possibly others) with multiple convenient connections onward from either place… Other US carriers also call on San Juan… IOW, I believe that you could dump JetBlue if you really wanted…

    You’d have to give up all the miles you’ve accumulated but that’s a small price to pay…

    I know I’m not going to fly them anytime soon and I have notified them of that fact as well as my reasons… The ludicrousness of it… Just the fact that the “Palestinian” passenger walked up to the Dr. to give her a “piece of her mind” would (should) have qualified her as the passenger to be removed…

    If you seek trouble don’t be surprised if you find it… True for the Hamas and true for the “Palestinian”…

    Having said that, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Dr.’s removal had more to do with the politics of the crew then anything else… It’s my experience (and I’m a very frequent traveler) that they’re overwhelmingly leftist…

    Hans on July 15, 2014 at 10:05 am

      I don’t fly in and out of San Juan. I believe Jet Blue is the only game in town where I fly to, and I’m poor, so it’s largely about the simplest service and cheapest airline. I will be looking at other options before heading back there in two weeks, although who’s to say another airline would not have done the same?

      Alfredo from Puerto Rico on July 15, 2014 at 11:01 am

“Do you think any airline would dare kick a Palestinian off a flight for saying anything negative about Jews or Israel?” Um, isn’t that what just happened, that they didn’t dare but kicked off the Jew instead? Anyway, I totally agree that Jet Blue isn’t giving up the report because Dr. Rosenberg’s account is accurate but as you said, Debbie, the doctor needs to ditch the ADL and get a good lawyer. I’ve told the story here many times about our encounter with ADL, which was initiated by a well meaning friend, not us. The swastikas on the death threat were drawn the wrong direction so therefore it was a silly prank. Maybe they’ll tell the Doctor that since Ms. Pig wasn’t wearing a suicide belt, there was no threat.

Meira on July 14, 2014 at 9:40 am

I wouldn’t fly anywhere unless it were absolutely necessary. EVerything I hear, it’s become an ordeal. She could have taken a train to PB. with delays and getting to the airport early and traffic to and from, it’s not a whole lot longer and a lot more relaxing. I mean, this was a vacation.

Meira on July 14, 2014 at 9:42 am

There was a time when professions like law, accounting and advertising were still influenced by Victorian traditions, and maintained, and in many cases believed, the image of a higher calling. Litigation over everyday matters was not as common, and the elevation of trivial grievances (I’m not talking about Dr. Rosenberg when I say ‘trivial’) were not litigated so often. Many attorneys in the past would have considered it demeaning to handle such lawsuits.

It is possible that some professionals such as Dr. Rosenberg are still influenced by those traditions, and that this might explain her apparent reluctance to litigate.

Having said that, of course the ADL has a dangerous leftist agenda, and should not be relied on, but if Dr. Rosenberg limits her exposure to the mainstream media, that might not be such an obvious thing. To her credit, she is strongly pro-Israel, and that, alone, puts her ahead of many, many members of the Jewish community.

Little Al on July 14, 2014 at 9:44 am

    Al, lawsuits aren’t always primarily about money. Principles are often involved, and lawsuits can turn out to be the only available remedy in many a situation. This case is almost screaming to be a lawsuit, and if Dr. Rosenberg is disinclined to sue, she is: (1) misrepresenting the facts of her case; (2) fears for professional or personal repercussions; or (3) lacks principles or convictions about free speech. I doubt that she is from the school of “do everything else first before even considering litigation”–particularly if she went to the ADL about her problem–because the ADL often doesn’t see anti-Semitisim unless it gets slapped across its face with it. (For proof of that, Google “Nike ADL commercial and anti-Semitism.)

    Ralph Adamo on July 14, 2014 at 4:00 pm

      just watched the video,how is that not anti semitic ? trying to find out, exactly who created the ad.

      HK on July 14, 2014 at 4:45 pm

        HK, the ad is by Nike, and it IS an anti-Israel and anti-Jew ad–and that is my point. But in spite of the evidence, the ADL claims they don’t see it.

        Ralph Adamo on July 15, 2014 at 1:31 pm

      Complex matters like this are not always easy to categorize in three easy steps. YOu don’t know this person, and you are only speculating.

      Little Al on July 14, 2014 at 6:56 pm

        And, uh, Ralph —

        As long as we’re listing reasons, there is a fourth one that you overlooked for some reason or other; the visceral distrust and contempt for lawyers that large numbers of people have very strong feelings about.

        Little Al on July 14, 2014 at 7:57 pm

        Al, yes my take on what Dr. Rosenberg’s reasoning was is a matter of opinion or speculation and, of course, I cannot know her state of mind. But that does not negate drawing reasonabke inferences from the information we do have–and I’ve merely identified the most likely scenarios. Nor is my reduction to the three most likely reasons an oversimplification.

        My distilation to the top three also clarifies the issues–as in this well known quotation: There are three types of people in this world: those who make things happen, those who watch things happen and those who wonder what happened.

        Ralph Adamo on July 15, 2014 at 1:40 pm

          Your attempt to show your learning and wittiness would have carried more wait had you been able to spell ‘distillation’ correctly.

          Little Al on July 16, 2014 at 1:57 am

          See –I should have said ‘weight’ rather than ‘wait’. But I learned in the primary grades to proofread my entries and make corrections as necessary.

          Little Al on July 16, 2014 at 1:58 am

If Dr. Rosenberg doesn’t sue Jet Blue I’ll assume that she’s a left wing liberal Jew and I have no sympathy for her. There are a lot of Jews who have left the ghetto but the ghetto never left them.

Jerry G on July 14, 2014 at 9:49 am

    JerryG, if Dr. Rosenberg doesn’t sue JetBlue for what they allegedly did to her, it doesn’t mean that she’s a liberal lefty (or a conservative righty), it clearly states that she’s cowardly and refuses to do the correct thing. Political posturing and dogma ideology is clearly irrelevant in this scenario!

    Sean R. on July 14, 2014 at 3:42 pm

    And,Ralph, educated people say “distillation of” rather than “distillation to”.

    If you’re going to try learned putdowns, it;s good to have your fundamentals in place first.

    Little Al on July 16, 2014 at 2:01 am

      Wrong, Little Al. There is no grammatical requirement that “distillation of” always be used. Rather, whether “distillation of” or “distillation to” is used depends upon the concept that the writer/speaker wants to express.

      “Distillation of” would be appropriate if I already had three broad or generalized reasons and I then refined them to the three reasons I cited. “Distillation to,” on the other hand, would be appropriate if I had many reasons and I then refined those many reasons down to the three reasons I cited, as in “the distillation to grain alcohol resulted from a certain mixture and processing of corn, yeast, sugar, and water.” The latter expressed my thought processes, as I considered many reasons, including the one you cited (i.e., distain for litigation), but ultimately “distilled” those many reasons down “to” the three I cited. Thus, “distillation to” was entirely correct and appropriate.

      Perhaps one day you will grow sufficiently to understand that not everybody is as narrow (or simple) minded as you are and can think on a variety of levels simultaneously. Until that day arrives–or if it ever arrives–please take this quotation to heart: “The real learning comes after you know it all.”

      Ralph Adamo on July 16, 2014 at 11:21 pm

    Al, your grammatical conclusions are wrong and you ad hominem arguments are ineffectual. I meant “distillation to” in the same way that original word was used, as in “distillation to grain alcohol.” Your use of the “distillation of” does not correctly express the idea behind my sentence.

    Al, pay attention for a change, and please cease your jejune attempts to mimic a spinster schoolteacher of limited education. Here is quotation just for you: “The real learning comes after you know it all.”

    Ralph Adamo on July 16, 2014 at 2:16 pm

DR. Rosenberg should sue the airport, airline, sheriff’s department, and the individual deputies. BTW, if any human being objected to the presence of a moslem on a plane, would the moslem be removed and forcibly if necessary ?

JayPee on July 14, 2014 at 9:50 am

    She should also sue the Palestinian pig who had the nerve to interrupt her telephone conversation. I mean, who does that?

    We are in big trouble with all of the immigrants from the 7th century that we are allowing to come to the west and ruin our freedoms.

    Karen G. on July 14, 2014 at 1:06 pm

Incidents like this make me think that Islam is more entrenched in U.S. systems than what meets the eye.

Aurora on July 14, 2014 at 10:05 am

It is, Aurora, it is. The Muslim Brotherhood practically owns The White House. One day the vast majority of the American people will wake up to a huge surprise. It won’t be a surprise to those of us here, or some others in the nation. But we will unfortunately be swept away in the tide of misery that is coming as a result of this Islamic menace.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on July 14, 2014 at 10:21 am

I agree, Alfredo.

I have been trying to inform people for decades, but almost no one listens. It isn’t difficult to read, study, and learn the truth. People seem to not want to know.

I have been trying to counter the Islam propaganda regarding HAMAS on Facebook. But this too is very difficult.

I do my best.

Aurora on July 14, 2014 at 10:54 am

Dr. Rosenberg should have hired a civil rights attorney. JetBlue needs to be forced to pay for its antisemitism. Allowing that Palestinian harridan to get away with such nonsense will only encourage others. The ADL, as Debbie has noted, has been out of whack for a very long time. Besides, Dr. Rosenberg has a very straightforward civil rights case to bring against JetBlue for discriminatory treatment.

Worry01 on July 14, 2014 at 10:54 am

Good day Dear Debbie Thanks For Sharing.This story is really Unbelievable,unthinkable.Debbie I had never heard of Jet Blue In My life,and I Travelled alot between New York (us) and Europe.Dr Lisa Should get a lawyer Right away, I wished Dr would have taped The Conversation and Then she had all the proof and a solid case with her. Let The Lawyer handlle the case.Debbie How Long Jet Blue has been in service,and who is the owner of Jet Blue?

TIRDAD GHARIB on July 14, 2014 at 10:56 am

    @Tirdad…you never heard of JetBlue??…you fraud.

    HK on July 14, 2014 at 6:23 pm

Wildk9z • 20 hours ago
I’m new to this board, but had to register because I am the woman who had the verbal altercation with the Jewish woman, and I feel compelled to set the story straight. While we were waiting to board the plane, the woman was engaged in a loud conversation on the phone about the current situation in Israel. She was speaking in an offensive manner about Palestinians..This went on for 15 minutes, continuing while we boarded the plane. I approached the woman, told her I was Palestinian and that her remarks were very offensive and inappropriate in a public place. She then went into a hysterical rant screaming that I , a 59 yr old woman was a danger and she didn’t feel safe with me on the plane. The Flight Attendant approached to inquire about the disturbance. I recounted the story and she asked me not to engage or interact with this woman and I complied. The woman continued her rant and would not comply with the Flight Attendants requests to sit in her seat and stop shouting.
I never called her ” Zionist pig” or any inappropriate slur or remark. I simply remained quiet as per the request of Jet Blue staff.
I never requested she be removed from the plane. She was removed from that flight because she created a disturbance , not because of her religion.
I don’t understand why she intentionally sought out media attention…because there are witnesses on that flight that know the real account of what happened.
She created a huge scene, continues to do so and tries to appear victimized. It’s ridiculous and unfair to JetBlue, myself and the other passengers.

T: HUH? Assuming you are the Palestinian, it’s none of your business what she’s saying on her cell phone. If you don’t like it, here’s a tip: buy your own private plane and hangar, so you can avoid the free speech we have in this country. Given even your “version” of events, she should not have been kicked off the plane, and you should have minded your own business, whether or not you liked or were bothered by her comments to a third party (NOT YOU). We don’t give a crap if you are “offended.” You don’t have the freedom to not be offended, and you had no business approaching her or the flight attendant about her. You do deserve to be sued for violating Dr. Rosenberg’s civil rights. Get a lawyer, kalbeh. DS

theladyherself on July 14, 2014 at 11:01 am

    It is a FREE COUNTRY you FAKESTINIAN! If you did that to me I would have dragged you out the door with me!

    So sue me, you filthy PIG, lover of the paedophile mohammed!

    It's just me again on July 14, 2014 at 2:01 pm


    This is a free country (in theory) – if someone’s free speech make you “uncomfortable” then please move your filthy self away to Saudi Arabia or your new “ISIS” land where people will only talk about subjects that “comfort” you, you stupid, putrid, ****.

    DS_ROCKS! on July 14, 2014 at 3:05 pm

    Well “theladyherself”, I’m not calling you a liar or a sensationalist, but and however, if you were indeed that specific Palestinian woman that allegedly got Dr. Lisa Rosenberg kicked off of that JetBlue Airplane flight to New York because as you said, she was engaged in a loud discussion on her cellular phone about what’s happening in the Middle East, and you didn’t use the woman as a straw-man and a red-herring for your argument(s), and also wasn’t responsible for Ms. Rosenberg for being kicked off of the plane, then I believe you, and more then likely, Debbie Schlussel herself was misled and hoodwinked by all of the events of what happened that day?

    Now, irrespectively, if both DS and the source that Ms. Schlussel verified happened to be factual, and you were responsible for getting Rosenberg expunged from the plane and called her a derogatory terminology under the sun, then you ought to be called out on it and face all types of ramifications for doing so. If you were responsible for having Rosenberg removed from JetBlue due to her talking on her cellphone, this is still a free country and her comments are protected under the 1st Amendment, and I do and still agree with you about disturbing the peace, etc., two wrongs don’t make a right.

    And if this story is indeed true, then I believe that Dr. Rosenberg should find herself a good to great attorney money can by and yes, sue JetBlue for specific amounts of money for violating Ms. Rosenberg’s civil rights, no one deserves to be treated like that in any manner, regardless who you are and what you’re views and worldly views are, et al!

    Sean R. on July 14, 2014 at 3:36 pm

    Debbie, don’t insult dogs, they’re wonderful animals.

    Meira on July 14, 2014 at 3:58 pm

      Amen. Dogs are infinitely more valuable than all of the muslims in the world, combined.

      DS_ROCKS! on July 14, 2014 at 4:34 pm

    I couldn’t agree more with Debbie’s bolded response to “theladyherself.”

    So, since she said what I intended to say, I’ll just comment that I don’t believe “thelady.” It’s not that I always believe Jews but that I never believe Moooooslims.

    I am deeply offended when I see Muslim dress of any kind. It’s just like someone wearing a swastika. But I don’t think it’s appropriate to accost that person.

    skzion on July 14, 2014 at 5:03 pm

    theladyherself my tuchass !!

    HK on July 14, 2014 at 5:20 pm

    I think we should put in a call to JetBlue and ask if their flights are Sharia compliant, and if our pro-Israel conversations will result in removal and interruptions of our free speech on private phone calls will be allowed?

    @Debbie Schlussel: Maybe you can agree to represent her?

    The ADL is a fraud. They do not investigate antisemitism; they only go after foot in mouth disease, such as Katy Perry’s father and his stupid comment about, “Jews and their money,” in a church that no one thought was funny.

    We know the report has not been made public due to potential lawsuit.

    I wouldn’t accept the narrative of the person who claims to be the one who caused all this, as she doesn’t use her real name nor have a photo.

    Princess on July 14, 2014 at 10:17 pm

    I am Jewish and I am appalled to see so much vitriol on this site. If you are the woman from the plane what you said hardly merits these responses. I read another article and another Jewish woman who apparently knows the doctor does not believe her. We don’t know for sure until there is evidence from eyewitnesses or maybe taped evidence of some sort. These responses are as bad as the Hitler was right rhetoric posted by Muslims. I received responses like that when I posted about Israel having the right to defend itself. I am the child of a Holocaust survivor who saw enough cruelty, racism, and bloodshed to last a lifetime. She took that experience and taught us we should never do to others what was done to us in addition to never letting it happen to us again.

    hopingforpeace on July 15, 2014 at 11:11 pm

So no one else left with Dr. Rosenberg? I sure in h*ll would have felt uncomfortable flying with the unidentified Palestinian woman. Give me a break, at the least BOTH should have been requested off the plane. Does the expression, “take this outside”, come to mind.

Florida Graminator on July 14, 2014 at 11:07 am

I don’t know, Debbie.

Yes, she made a mistake going to the AntiDefimation Against Arabs League, and yes she should get a lawyer, if no other reasons than to raise awareness and not to take this lying down.

But, let’s face it, not every Jew is as clued in as you and I are. (I include myself in the clued in category, as it’s a bit hard to ignore the rockets reaching as far as Jerusalem where I am.)

A smack on the head once in while toward our brothers and sisters is very helpful once in a while. I, myself, do so often.

But, that doesn’t always work. We have to stick together (for the most part – some are too far gone, I’m afraid), just like every other “group” sticks together.

It has been ground into our heads so much so that we must “be like every other American,” that if we stick together, that internal anti-Semitism creeps up on us, and tells us we have a superiority complex. Even though every and all other identified groups do it.

Educate Rosenberg, yes. But, now that she has chosen her (ridiculous) course of action, out of ignorance, when she falls flat on her face (and, unfortunately, she will), please don’t say that you told her so. Instead, tell her that many, if not most Jews through history have had to made that mistake. The key now is that not repeat it in the future.

Don’t be surprised if you are rushed to the hospital (May it never have to happen), and you have Dr. Lisa Rosenberg standing over you.

Food for thought….

Esser Agaroth on July 14, 2014 at 11:09 am

Please submit your cellphone video and audio if you want us to believe you.

luagha on July 14, 2014 at 11:12 am

Maybe she was on the phone with Eddie Vedder, who you can add to the Roger Waters/Carlos Santana list of washed-up bigots against Israel

Lisa on July 14, 2014 at 12:03 pm

Debbie, before I book my flight, are you available for representation?

HK on July 14, 2014 at 12:26 pm

I always fly Jet Blue to NYC and would like more information on this matter. Dr Rosenberg should retain an attorney and file suit. With subpoena power her attorney could demand a copy of the report of the incident. This calls for aggressive action.

PaulaMalka on July 14, 2014 at 12:29 pm

I would go what…… but I fully believe the incident…In Febr. I watched a woman bein taken off the plane, manu militari in Goa, also when the plane was still on the ground , a Quatar Airways flight leaving from Goa, India… That woman only tried to sit comfortably before take-off, while the passenger next to her, a British woman was already taking up a lot of space and making herself comfortable and the plane hadn’t taken off yet!!! The poor victim wanted to sit more comfortably, an elderly and frail woman and got rewarded by doing so by receiving knock and blows on her arm and verbal abuse… They were sitt. in the sec. row… In the first row a woman was asking if this was going to go on during the flight… Then a flight attendant went to the cockpit,I thought to report about the beating bur guess who entered the plane and asked that poor woman who had been beaten to leave the plane!!! In the middle of the night in a dump of an airport like Goa!!!! Detail… the beaten lady was on her own, that other woman had three friends to back her!!!! it was scandalous!!!!

Beatrice van Langenhove on July 14, 2014 at 12:50 pm

Islam is the old Nazis, Norman.

Islam and Nazism are twins. They’ve always worked hand in hand.

Aurora on July 14, 2014 at 12:53 pm

its been the same story between arab and Jew from time immemorial

HK on July 14, 2014 at 12:55 pm

the more arabs’ despicable and vile aggressions fail , the greater their attempt to usurp control over all rational norms and rearrange civil society

HK on July 14, 2014 at 1:08 pm

I have always referred to the ADL as the Arab Defense League ever since they were turning in and snitching on “activist” Jews to the FBI in the 1970s.

I_AM_ME on July 14, 2014 at 1:42 pm

All true americans support palestine against the jewish supremacists.

Everyone knows the west is based on islamo-christian values of the universal brotherhood of man, and submission onto God… rather then the talmudic values of being a “chosen, racially superior people”.

Henry on July 14, 2014 at 3:16 pm

    Hahahaha! That’s not what’s in the Talmud, d u m b s h i t. And if ANY ideology approaches the NAZI master race theory, it’s Islamofascism.

    FriscoKid on July 14, 2014 at 3:25 pm

    At first I thought old Henry was a Mooooooslim. He may be. But the reference to “talmud” is typically a sure sign of a neo-Nazi.

    Significantly, the Nazis love the Moooooslims.

    skzion on July 14, 2014 at 5:12 pm

Seriously, I am shocked that the ADL didn’t take sides with the poor mistreated Pali woman who butted herself into a private conversation. Along with every other “aggrieved” minority class, Palis have the gall of a government mule.

bilber on July 14, 2014 at 3:30 pm

The jewish supremacists are obviously engaging in ethnic cleansing in Palestine even as we speak.

Henry on July 14, 2014 at 3:31 pm

    your attempt at being provocative is sophomoric

    HK on July 14, 2014 at 4:52 pm

    Henry (or Mohammed), I certainly support the cleansing of all of Eretz Israel of Moooooslims. But then I support the same thing for every other land as well. I’m a bit puzzled, though, about your objection to such cleansing given your love for Islam.

    skzion on July 14, 2014 at 5:10 pm

    “…jewish supremacists are obviously engaging in ethnic cleansing in Palestine”

    I agree that muslims should be wiped off the face of the earth and their lands wall-to-wall carpet bombed, then paved over.

    muslims are incompatible with life, peace or freedom.

    DS_ROCKS! on July 14, 2014 at 7:35 pm

Hey Henry, yer brain called…it wants its body back.

Jimbo on July 14, 2014 at 3:34 pm

You have our military praying like muslims abiding by sharia law we can’t display a flag on our front porch because a muslim may be insulted now we’re being kicked off an airplane because they don’t like the conversation. I say at this time we’re no longer a free nation

The Mangog on July 14, 2014 at 3:47 pm

Muslims are commanded to commit jihad, and that is what every Muslim in the United States is expected to do. As they gain confidence through their success at complaints about minor matters, such as one’s wearing a cross, then to another person being Jewish, the sons and daughters of Arafat will get more and more aggressive in the effort to replace our customs, laws, and Constitution with sharia. Jihad in any form must be identified and vigorously rejected at every level, from the individual American on up.

marblenecltr on July 14, 2014 at 6:16 pm

Am sick to death of the muslims and those who pander to them. So easily offended, so quick to subvert or kill others, especially Jews and Christians. No, the muslims are not going away, they will not assimilate and they will never love their fellow man. They will, however, be destroyed and perish from the earth. allah awaits in the Lake of Fire.

John D on July 14, 2014 at 9:04 pm

Unreal. The lady needs a lawyer. The only language the Muslim understands is force, or failing that, forceful lawsuits.

Primetime on July 14, 2014 at 10:14 pm

I noticed JetBlue’s stock is down. Spread this to all your pro-Israel groups and perhaps it will go down more.

Princess on July 14, 2014 at 10:19 pm

>Significantly, the Nazis love the Moooooslims.

Whats the phrase our elites use….

They do the jobs Americans won’t.

Henry on July 14, 2014 at 10:31 pm

    Yes, Henry. Moooslims do to terrorism other Americans don’t.

    skzion on July 15, 2014 at 1:37 am

      “do the terrorism…”

      skzion on July 15, 2014 at 1:38 am

I personally know Dr. Rosenberg. I am certain there is much more to her story than she wants anyone to know. For a glimpse into the type of person she really is see her reviews on http://www.ratemds.com/doctor-ratings/1403/Dr-Lisa-Rosenberg-Fresh+Meadow-NY.html#Ratings

No_Opinion on July 14, 2014 at 10:42 pm

    Wow, those are not good reviews and too many to doubt the essential truth. I NEVER choose a female gyn if I can help it. They all have agendas and often chose their specialty because they don’t like men. I say this as the daughter of two PCP’s. I wonder how many abortions she does per week. But both women were in the wrong and both should have been removed.

    Meira on July 15, 2014 at 6:42 am

Very informative article. I’ve never flown Jet Blue and won’t, now that I know this. One thing more: There will be more of these type of Izlamo preferential actions emanating from the top down, as the makeup of corporate middle (and later, top) management change.

Not ovenready on July 14, 2014 at 11:22 pm

She is a Jewsih Doctor is shock. this has nothing to do with her clinical skills. Although, she should hire Debbie Schlussel right away.

I do my best not to fly anymore. I never see Arabic looking passengers examined “intensely.” TSA is a joke. In addition, most airlines treat their passengers like crap—note, JetBlue.

Occam's Tool on July 14, 2014 at 11:44 pm

OT, but of course Hamas never accepted the stupid ceasefire our idiot government agreed to via Egypt and in the last couple of hours, dozens of rockets have fallen, some as far as Haifa, some very close to me. I’m fed up. I really am but we have no place else to go.

Meira on July 15, 2014 at 6:23 am

Has any more detailed info arisen concerning this incident, or are we just rehashing and reframing old stuff?

inquisitive one on July 15, 2014 at 9:17 am

God forbid you wait until the whole story is out So typical

Jimmy King on July 15, 2014 at 11:32 am

There goes another of OUR freedoms the freedom of speech and it is the raghead bitch that should have been thrown off the plane. I suggest everyone who flies JetBlue boycott them till they realize what they did was wrong. If they let ragheads get away with this kind of craziness who isn’t to say they don’t have a bomb with them. Time to reclaim OUR freedoms ALL of them and the only way we can is to get King Barrack out of office one way or another

mark goldstein on July 15, 2014 at 11:38 am

The national state rewards those that turn in their enemies…

Panhandle on July 15, 2014 at 1:44 pm


…I daresay ‘Meira’ is a disinfo op…

nick fury on July 15, 2014 at 3:28 pm

    You’re an idiot and Debbie and I have an ongoing correspondence and she knows who I am. So does skzion so your wrong and not so clever assumptions are not valid.

    I’ve had a bad week. Bombs and sirens going off in your neighborhood aren’t conducive to either clarity of thought or good articulation. I was very concerned our idiot government would go for a cease fire and they did but fortunately the other side didn’t pretend this time to agree. And doubly fortunately, our government realized their mistake and said “ok, this time the gloves are off” and we’ve been retaliating. I just wish we’d start the ground action.

    Meira on July 15, 2014 at 4:24 pm

LOL… Sperm…

bed bug on July 16, 2014 at 4:10 am

Of course it takes a toll, Meira, and good to see you awoke to see another day on earth. What is the time differential between over there and the NYC area?

Since I was a child I have been regaled with stories of life in Israel, from the time my uncle went to work on a kibbutz to friends who have relatives over there. In, there are all the headlines that have been made about the region over the decades of my cognitive thought processes.

I’m an American who hasn’t traveled much, and outside of living in high crime areas, has no idea of the kind of stress people in Israel live with, and have always lived with. On my way to work, is the pane glass window of a store I walk past going to explode and render me crippled for the rest of my life? Is my bus going to blow up? Will my home be there when I return from work?

Those are things that must be on an Israeli’s mind every minute of every day. Americans have no idea the kind of stress that can bring upon a person. Even 911 and 7-7 over in Merry Olde England did not bring this realization upon us.

And now, with Islam building the kind of network that can and WILL make this a part of daily life in the U.S., we have people like John (Stuart) Liebowitz making fun of the current situation over there, chiding Israel for their actions. Stupid schmuck. He should be sentenced to live with you for a week, Meira. And to think he is considered one of America’s most brilliant journalistic commentators.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on July 16, 2014 at 11:30 am

Meira, I never made such a comment. You’re confusing me with someone else.

Little Al on July 16, 2014 at 10:33 pm

All 6 of you posting on this hate filled vitriolic site are surprisingly silent about the jetBlue report that was leaked out.
Dr Rosenberg screaming at the other passenger, calling Palestinians child murderers , claiming a bomb was on board, while the Palestinian remained quiet just shows how quick you people are to rush to judgement.
I’m a Jew that is disgusted by your hate filled rants.
If an Arab passenger was telling airline officials about a possible bomb on the flight, that Arab would be in prison. And you say jetBlue is anti-Semitic?

Is this report proof enough that Dr. R is a lunatic? Of course,not…even if a video was provided you would question it’s authenticity.
Don’t disappoint me Debbie, I’m betting a lot of money this post gets deleted-
Dr. Rosenberg is a liar and fraud!

Robin on July 17, 2014 at 6:56 pm

Meira- you are obviously educated, and seem like a woman that is not filled with hate ,while living in conditions most of us here would not be able to bear for 24 hrs.
How is it that you are on such a vitriolic , racist hate filled site?

Robin on July 17, 2014 at 7:01 pm

    Because she is a vitriolic racist herself. One of her comments on another site:

    “I’ve been saying it since the start of the war. There are NO Civilians in Gaza. This is why we mustn’t warn them of our intentions and we must be on the ground. And we need to intensifying the bombing. ”

    The hundreds of Gazan women and children that have been to bits and maimed are not civilians, and they deserve to die, right? Disgusting, bigoted, bloodthirsty person.

    M on July 22, 2014 at 7:37 pm


aaron on July 17, 2014 at 7:14 pm

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