Questions of profile

Israel has one of the top security systems in the world at its main air port, but does this need to come at the expense of passenger dignity?

Travelers at Ben Gurion Airport.
Photo by: REUTERS
Hind Rejwan, a dark-haired woman in her 30s, will never forget the afternoon she and her husband set out to fly to Italy from Israel.

At the time, both were Israeli government employees in their late 20s.

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