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South African airport security??

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(source: MNet-CarteBlanche)

On Sunday, 30 August 2009, Carte Blanche exposed how the Israeli airlines El Al, was profiling and detaining innocent people.

This is the text of that episode:

This man is part of an undercover experiment on his way to meet a friend at the airport checkin. Filming from a distance is a white scuffy cameraman. They are about to test an allegation that security personell from El Al Airlines will target our man even if he is not one of their passengers, simply because he’s a muslim.

It didn’t take long before El Al approached him.

El Al representative: ‘Hi, how are you? Where are you flying to?’

Undercover man: ‘No, I’m not going anywhere. I’m waiting for a friend of mine.’

El Al representative: ‘Do you have your passport or ID with you here?’

El Al representative: ‘We’re security from the airport here. You’re not flying today?’

Undercover man: ‘You’re from airport security?’

El Al representative: ‘Yes.’

Airport security? No they are not says Jonathan Garb, a former El Al security employee.

Jonathan Garb (Former El Al security employee): ‘This here is a secret service operating above the law in South Africa. We pull the wool over everyones eyes. We do exactly as we please – the local authorities do not know what we are doing.’

Undercover man: ‘Is something wrong?’

El Al representative: ‘No, we just have to… its just the regulations of the airport.’

Jonathan: ‘To members of the public they will represent themselves as airport security – not even as El Al security. It will be a public area and they will tell them that they are not allowed to be standing in this area.’

This is Golan Rice. According to his business card he was the El Al security manager.

Jonathan: ‘But in fact we are working for Israeli Security Agency which is the internal security service of the government of Israel.’

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Israeli army imposes another curfew on west bank village

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HARIS, SALFIT – Several Israeli military jeeps entered Haris, a village in the Salfit district of the West Bank, again tonight and declared an all-night curfew, allegedly in response to stone-throwing on Highway 5, which is used by Israelis. This was at least the second time in the past month that curfew had been declared in this village; on February 24th the army also placed a roadblock in front of Haris’s main entrance, which it did not remove for five days. Tonight was also the first time that soldiers entered the home of the international peace team based here.


Villagers returning to Haris tonight, including an International Women’s Peace Service team member, were questioned as they entered and asked to show identification. A few metres on from the entrance of the village, soldiers from two jeeps surrounded the IWPS team member with guns pointed, demanding to know where she was going, and to open her bag.


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