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Demand Delta End Saudi Partnership

Petition to Demand Delta End Business Partnership with Saudis

A new partnership between Delta Airlines and Saudi Arabian Airlines is generating significant controversy and opposition. Delta plans to work with Saudi Arabian Airlines, owned by the Saudi government, which embraces discriminatory practices aimed at Jews, Christians, and women. Delta says it doesn't discriminate, but can't control what other nations do. The Saudi's troubling human rights record speaks for itself.

It's simply unacceptable for Delta to shut its eyes to the discriminatory actions of a business partner. The American Center for Law and Justice has mobilized legal and legislative teams - demanding that Delta end its business relationship with the Saudis. We're calling for FAA oversight and a Congressional investigation of this disturbing development.

Add you name to our petition now - demand Delta end this business partnership and receive a free copy of The Export, our powerful DVD about the dangers of Sharia Law.

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