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Ex-Israeli Minister wonders if Tel Aviv now spies on its Western guests amid higher security fears

Ex-Israeli Minister wonders if Tel Aviv now spies on its Western guests amid higher security fears

Visitors invited to attend conferences in Israel are asked to complete a form that includes two rather astonishing questions: what are their plans when not at the meetings and with whom do they intend to meet in his leisure time.

“This is (allegedly) a gesture of hospitality the state has decided to bestow on its guests,” Yossi Beilin writes.

Those who fill out the form “will be registered as a VIP and not subject to an interrogation upon exiting the country.”

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