Even the disposal of waste bags was detailed in instructions to conceal Norden's transports to Israel

Instructions to Norden's captains to veil trips to Israel were described in minute detail in a manual sent by the tanker company in Denmark upon entering the Mediterranean. Even waste bags were not allowed to reveal the destination. Read the entire manual here.

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Norden classified them as guidelines in e-mails that were sent out from headquarters in Copenhagen to vessels en route to Israel.

Until at least July 2019, the guidelines constituted a form of manual wherein the shipping company describes how transports to Israel were to be veiled and kept out of public view, especially those subsequently bound for Arabic countries.

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