Kadima MK Yoel Hasson on Sunday called the decision to revoke the diplomatic passport of former Mossad chief Meir Dagan "a revenge campaign to settle a score with one of the best Mossad chiefs this country has known."
He added, "Revoking his passport endangers Dagan's security and prevents him from enjoying the basic defense of international diplomacy in any situation that can happen to him while he is on a trip abroad. This is unexpected behavior from a prime minister and its goal is to personally hurt Dagan and to limit his activity. This is a terrible and unacceptable thing, reminiscent of tyrannical regimes.
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