DFW Intl Airport in deal with Dubai Airport Freezone Authority

Is this a sharia freezone? via DFW International Airport and Dubai Airport Freezone Authority Sign Memorandum of Understanding – Zawya.

Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport, operator of the DFW Airport Foreign Trade Zone, and the Dubai Airport Freezone Authority (DAFZ) signed a Memorandum of Understanding today which creates a framework for a collaborative alliance between the two organizations. The agreement was signed by Jeffrey P. Fegan, CEO of DFW Airport and Mohamed Ahmed Al Zarooni, president and director general of the Dubai Freezone Authority. H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, chairman of Dubai Airport Freezone, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and other senior officials from DAFZ and DFW witnessed the signing.

“As we celebrate this historic occasion, we look forward to working together to connect two of the world’s most successful free trade zones in Dallas/Fort Worth and Dubai,” said Fegan. “Both free trade zones are strategically located with excellent operations providing outstanding service, facilitating trade and commerce and providing easy access to hundreds of destinations through many different airlines.”

The Memorandum formalized the establishment of a Free Trade Zone Alliance between the two trade zones, and outlined the exchange of expertise to benefit business and develop new opportunities in the global markets.

“We are extremely privileged to sign this Free Trade Zone Memorandum with Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport,” said Dr. Zarooni. “American businesses are amongst the 10 most active companies in the Freezone and through increased bilateral relations with DFW, and we hope to take advantage of the business opportunities available in the DFW region.”

Dr. Zarooni also anticipates a boost in trade between the two countries, with the recent launch of flight service on Emirates from DFW to Dubai.

“Alliances like this create opportunities for businesses to build relationships,” said Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings. “And new relationships have a positive impact on economic development in both our regions with mutually beneficial results, such as increased trade and tourism between both regions.”

Will Jews be able to fly from DFW to Dubai? They aren’t allowed to play professional tennis there.


9 Responses

  1. Actually, Jews are allowed to go to Dubai. Israelis are not.

  2. Another incompetent “leader” Dhimmi

  3. All these CEO’S think about is MONEY, MONEY and to hell with the folks of the U S A. If this country EVER GOES SHERIA then these C E O’S will have there SMILE’S PUT ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THERE FACES!!! LOCK AND LOAD.

  4. We truly are dealing with an alternate universe beyond even Stephen King’s or Tom Clancy’s ability to describe. Lewios Carroll came close.

  5. The Dubaistards are racist scum. Who wants to go to that shithole except overpaid football players and their WAGs or impoverished Pakistanis who enjoy slave-wages?? It’s just another muzrat shithole!

  6. PS: islamiccontemporary: identical to a 7th century pisslamist, except wearing the latest Levis jeans (…) an iPhone filled with Israeli technology and a brain full of pisslamic mush!!

  7. “Alliances like this create opportunities for businesses to build relationships,” said Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings. “And new relationships have a positive impact on economic development in both our regions with mutually beneficial results, such as increased trade and tourism between both regions.”

    The ONLY type of business allowed will be Sharia Law compliant. Does this idiotic mayor understand that? Of course he does. So, what’s his kickback going to be? I wonder what his price was to sell out Dallas/Ft. Worth to Sharia Law? What did or does he stand to gain personally from it, that’s a question the people of DFW should be closely investigating right now.

    Not that it matters,really. It’s a done deal. Welcome to Sharia. Enjoy!

  8. Reminds me of Atlanta’s mayor, Kasim Reed, who is headed to China to form economic ties, (shackles).

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