About a month into the Tel Aviv-Dubai commercial flights activity drawing the attention of hundreds of Israeli tourists trying to escape their country's strict lockdown rules due to the pandemic, Israel's Ynet reports complaints by an Emirati hotel manager against some Israeli clients who had just left his hotel.
The outcome of the "#normalization" with Zionists!— Soureh? (@soureh_design) December 29, 2020
Getting robbed even in hotels ??
They have robbed all sorts of things from Dubai hotels, like spersso machine and shohorne
According to Ynet the owner of the hotel overseeing the world's longest structure in Dubai told in detail of thefts made by some of the Israeli tourists who resided in his hotel. He said after checking out from the hotel it was found their suitcases had kettles, coffee and tea bags, hangers, towels, and even light bulbs.
Consequently, a well-known Qatari presenter created a video depicting the thefts, saying a number of Emirati hotel owners already contacted him detailing the thefts they managed to catch.
In the video, Abd Al-Aziz Khazraj Al-Ansari warns Emiratis saying: "They should know that normalization with Israel means having to give up room objects for now, and maybe land later on". The video soon went viral on social media as people expressed their shock over the news.
Hotel manager: We have never seen this scale before. If you want to search the luggage of the Israelis after suspicion, they start screaming. (END)— Lebanese News and Updates (@LebanonaME) December 29, 2020
The report goes on to describe the different incidents hotel managers noticed such as missing objects in rooms upon check out, saying their requests to examine the luggage of the Israeli guests were often met with shouting before they returned the objects and apologized.
It's not a new phenomenon. While widely condemned, it is associated with certain types of Israeli tourist for decades now ?— Idan Vegana (@idanvegana) December 30, 2020
In particular, those who travel abroad for gambling, drinking, whoring and partying, as opposed to seeing and experiencing other cultures.
Last September, the UAE joined by Bahrain signed a normalization agreement with Israel reached by US President Donald Trump, celebrating the "Abraham Accords" as a "peace deal" and a significant breakthrough in achieving Middle East peace.
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