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Israel's central airport, named for the first prime minister
Much of the answer depends on what one’s threshold is for what constitutes a “threat.”
A spokesman for Israel’s Interior Ministry told NBC that three of the five activists were denied entry for “security reasons” but did not elaborate on what those reasons were.
Weinberg-Connors arrived in Israel with the intention of making aliyah at a later stage. A-1 visas are only granted to those who are eligible to make aliyah according to the Law of Return.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Sichuan Airlines is set to start its Tel Aviv-Chengdu flights next month.
By MICHAL RAZ-CHAIMOVICH / GLOBES
The agency denied that Aslan was asked political questions or that he was threatened in any way.
By JEREMY SHARON
Experts warn detention of left-wing activists seeking to enter Israel, as well as recent legislation, could lead to bigger problems down the road.
By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
This alleged incident follows a series of such interrogations by the Shin Bet of foreigners entering the country.
According to an official statement from the office of the Prime Minister, Netanyahu was told it was an 'administrative mistake.'
By JONATHAN WEBER ROSEN
Beinart said that a security asked about his political involvement, such as whether he was involved in any organization that could provoke violence in Israel, or that threatened Israeli democracy.
By HERB KEINON
Shin Bet: It was ‘administrative mistake’
A shuttle arriving every 15 minutes lets passengers off at the terminal and collects them.
"We are fighting for bread and medicine. Not for flights," the group said in a statement.
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