I was so surprised by the security examination I had to go through at Ben-Gurion airport on leaving Israel. I was much less controlled when I entered Israel than when I left the country. At least, I hope the personnel didn't expose the film of my camera to light, like we can see it in older movies. The risk of espionnage is probably bigger from Israeli citizens who know a lot of infrastructure. It could really be interesting to know how travellers are being categorized by security institutions and which risks are being attached to them: Origin, duration of stay, travelling path... If Haaretz could bring something about that, I would really appreciate.
Israeli army lifts closure on West Bank town of Qabatiyah after three days (Haaretz)
from the article: Anti-Zionist Haredi sect member charged with offering to spy for Iran