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Tag: Israel Security
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Israel’s Ministry of Justice is seeking to expand the number of government agencies that may track citizens for investigation purposes, Yediot Achronot reported.
The measure would grant such agencies as the Antiquities Authority, Nature and Parks Authority and the Environmental Protection Ministry permission to tap Israelis’ phones and computers.
Expanding a 2007 law, it would also apply to those suspected of misdemeanors, not just felonies, Yediot reported.
September 16, 2004 | 8:00 pm
I have spent more than two decades working in Washington, D.C., to bolster the American-Israeli special relationship. I have worked with both Republicans and Democrats across the political spectrum.
After seriously considering the records of both President George W. Bush and Sen....