August 15, 2014
Obviously the United States Postal Service is an anti-Semitic, Jew-hating organization due to the fact that they temporarily denied delivery of mail to Israel.
Upon finding out that mail was being denied to Israel, the Anti-Defamation League went into overdrive, filing numerous complaints while simultaneously crying six million tears.
The United States Postal Service (USPS) is apologizing to customers in several states who were reportedly denied delivery of their mail to Israel, according to a USPS spokesman.
The USPS has faced criticism in recent days from human rights groups after reports from several states emerged that customers were told that mail to Israel was not being accepted as a result of the current conflict in the Gaza Strip and the brief suspension in U.S. flights to the Jewish State.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) says that it has “filed complaints” from USPS customers in Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Jersey “who were improperly informed” that deliveries to Israel had been stopped.
“The postal employees have told these individuals that current USPS policy says that mail to Israel cannot be accepted because of the current crisis,” ADL national director Abraham Foxman, said in a statement on Wednesday. “Only once employees sought clarification from supervisors in Washington did these post offices accept packages and letters to Israel.”
The USPS admitted that some customers may have been turned away and apologized for the confusion when reached for comment by the Washington Free Beacon.