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Israel’s attorney general says security officials can continue to access emails of foreign tourists landing at Ben-Gurion Airport. If they refuse, they can be denied access to the country.
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Israel "gets" it right.
To: 07.05.2013 23:36. Companies won't ban travel to Israel, unless they have something to hide.
Companies should/will ban travel to Israel by all employees to prevent disclosure of company info.
I live in the US. I don't need to travel to Israel to have entities spy on my emails.
Who can blame them! Don't hear Isrealis suiting up with bombs killing innocent civilians.
Good, let the Arab terrorist sympathizers stay home.
Thought MoSSad had already all infos about peoples FB, YT,emails etc. Aren't NSA/CIA Zionist runned?
Israel has become a full fledged Apartheid State
Guess what country will not be getting any of my tourist dollars now?
Look at them, all tough until they meet Hezbollah fighters, then they run, weaklings.
They want Americans to live in fear like they do in israel
when the jews finally have their way, it will be the same way in America also
Comon Israel clearly knows the prophecy they will destroyed in end so do whatever you wanna do
To the end of my life i´ll never go to israel,they can do what they want.
Yet they all claim democracy.
who would go to that place anyway
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