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Jeff Jacoby

What Israeli security could teach us

By Jeff Jacoby
Globe Columnist / August 23, 2006

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THE SAFEST airline in the world, it is widely agreed, is El Al, Israel's national carrier. The safest airport is Ben Gurion International, in Tel Aviv. No El Al plane has been attacked by terrorists in more than three decades, and no flight leaving Ben Gurion has ever been hijacked. So when US aviation intensified its focus on security after ... (Full article: 799 words)

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