About 100 Orthodox Jews from New York City on a religious pilgrimage to Hungary say they were barred from boarding their connecting flight in Germany last week because a few of them had not worn masks on their first-leg flight.
The group had left from JFK and were traveling to Budapest, Hungary, with a connection in Frankfurt, Germany, according to the Jewish news outlet Hamodia.
Though the large group was flying on the same flights, they were not all associated with one another.
When they arrived in Frankfurt the groups proceeded to their connecting flight, where Lufthansa agents boarded all passengers but the Orthodox Jews.
They then reportedly announced that the Jewish passengers would not be allowed to board.
The groups were blocked from boarding their connecting flight…
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