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    • mehmet
    • 08.04.10 | 13:36 (IDT)

    I would order the Turkish immigration to ask all Israelis all sorts of funny and nonsense questions. I would make the passport police ask to Israelis (on their way back) what phone company they used in Turkey, whom they met in Turkey and why. I would ask them to produce their hotel documents. I would ask them whom they know in Turkey, what kind of business ? Which bank they are working with? Why ? Did they ever connect to internet ? where ? how ? Whom they called with skype ? What is skype name ? Ever been a citizen of any other country ? Any domestic flights in Turkey ? No ? Bus ? Why bus ? Open your laptop. Go through internet history. Ever been to Southeastern Turkey ? Why ? Ever rented a car in Turkey ? Papers. What car brand ? Jeep ? Why ? How much you paid ? Cash ? Did you bring cash from Israel or ATM ? Why not credit card ? If they decide to not to come to Turkey again ? Fine, no problem.

    from the article: El Al ordered to compensate humiliated Israeli Arab passengers
    First published 04:14 08.04.10 | Last updated 10:04 08.04.10
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