Have security checks in Israeli offices finally gone too far?
The National Insurance Institute won't let a mother into one of its branches unless she takes a sip from her baby's bottle.
Due to the security conditions to which we’ve grown accustomed in the past couple of decades, we’ve had to adjust to peculiar and unnatural situations on a daily basis. For example, we no longer think twice about the fact that every guard at the entrance to a store or institution is entitled to poke around in our personal effects in full public view − and usually without expressing discomfort or mumbling...
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