Britain has requested a meeting with the Israeli ambassador, not issued a summons. The reason for the meeting is to discuss the use of British passports in the names of Israeli citizens in the information supplied by Dubai. This a natural process when one's citizens' passports have been defrauded anywhere in the world. The media is putting a spin on the story to accuse Israel of something for which there is no proof she was involved.
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from the article: Germany, France also request Israeli answers on Dubai fake passports
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