This article originally appeared on WND.com
Guest by post by Bob Unruh
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A money-losing postal agency serving Australia has announced it has suspended delivering letters to, or from, Israel, because of the “safety” issue.
Yet it still delivers to and from Ukraine.
The double standard was pointed out by Australian journalist Andrew Bolt, who explained what was going on.
A report by the RAIR Foundation noted, “In a significant decision marked by conspicuously selective enforcement, Australia Post has temporarily halted all mail services to and from Israel, citing ‘ongoing safety concerns’ and limited flight capacity. This move has sparked debate and criticism, especially given the postal service’s continued operations in Ukraine, another conflict zone.”
The report noted Bolt pointed out that “private couriers like Pack and Send and DHL face no issues.”
But, in fact, the announcement comes as “Australia Post is grappling with a $200 million loss and a significant decline in letter delivery volumes, leading to a shift in domestic mail delivery…
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