The Israeli businessman booked a seat on Kuwait Airways from Munich to Sri Lanka in November 2018.
The Kuwaiti company banned him from boarding the plane after inquiring whether the company was offering passengers Kashir meals, which are halal meals for Jews.
Doubts about being of Israeli nationality.
The Israeli businessman then sued a German court, accusing the Kuwaiti airline of anti-Semitism and anti-Semitism.
German lawyer Nathan Gilbert, who is a businessman, said that if Kuwait Airways wanted to work in Germany, it should renounce discrimination, saying allowing it to refuse to sell tickets for its trips to Israeli citizens was a violation of the moral fabric of the German state.
For its part, the company confirms that it is committed to the ban imposed by the Kuwaiti government to deal with Israeli citizens.