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Israel airport security demands access to tourists' private email accounts

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    Gamba la Nyoka JF-Expert Member

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    Israel's Shin Bet security service has been demanding access to personal email accounts of visiting tourists with Arab names, according to the testimony of three U.S. citizens who were interrogated at Ben Gurion Airport and subsequently refused entry into Israel in May. Najwa Doughman, a 25-year-old architect from New York, landed in Israel on May 26. Doughman, who had already visited Israel three times in the past, planned to tour the country for ten days with a friend, Sasha Al-Sarabi, 24, who was visiting Israel for the first time. Both women were born to Palestinian families who were expelled from Haifa and Akko in 1948. Around 5 P.M., approximately an hour after landing, Doughman's interrogation began. She was questioned by a female security guard who did not divulge her name or position. Another female questioner was also present. source: Israel airport security demands access to tourists' private email accounts - Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News
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