May be it wasn't the system that failed - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • dana
    • 10.01.10 | 19:56 (IST)

    may be the system worked exactly as intended. The word online is that this was a classic false flag operation and icts played it's part, as it had to. The fact that the nigerian got on the plane as easily as he did, when 70 year old grandfathers are subjected to extreme scrutiny, should be indication enough. Only question is who benefits? The shocking thing is just how much of the security infrastructure the world over is handled by Israeli firms. That is what should be examined. Especially as israel is a country that's acting like a lunatic on furlough from the asylum, and we expect their firms to be uninfected? I would feel much safer knowing security is handled by companies that are not headquartered in a country known for caring so woefully little about the welfare or opinion of anyone in the world not themselves. Extreme selfishness and security do not mix well. Time for some new companies with better international credentials to handle the safety of the world's passengers

    from the article: Israeli firm blasted for letting would-be plane bomber slip through
    First published 01:43 10.01.10 | Last updated 15:10 10.01.10
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