Clouds of ash from an erupted Icelandic volcano drifted to parts of Europe on Thursday, forcing air-traffic controllers to close airspace to commercial aircraft and compelling airlines to cancel thousands of flights until Friday morning at the earliest.
Airspace in the U.K., Ireland, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland was affected, and the havoc threatened to spread further with Germany also reviewing the situation as the clouds were sent south by the prevailing winds.
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Who knows? Maybe it was divine intervention in response to an attempt to injure Israel's tourism and her geopolitical standing.