General Security Services

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Noun1.General Security Services - the Israeli domestic counterintelligence and internal security agency; "the Shin Bet also handles overall security for Israel's national airline"
international intelligence agency - an intelligence agency outside the United States
Israel, State of Israel, Yisrael, Zion, Sion - Jewish republic in southwestern Asia at eastern end of Mediterranean; formerly part of Palestine
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The report said 58 patients (37 males; 21 females) were requested for interrogation by Israeli General Security Services at Erez during November.
The report said 94 patients (57 males; 37 females) were requested for interrogation by the Israeli General Security Services at Erez during July.
General Security Services In Response To Tsa Security Directives Or Emergencies
But this now prompts us to do more in the framework of reinforcing security in a bigger way by the general security services and armed forces.
Lebanon is the target, not just the General Security services," Major General Abbas Ibrahim, the official who escaped the checkpoint bombing, told Lebanese television.
NNA -The United Nations Special Coordinator for Lebanon Derek Plumbly on Tuesday strongly condemned yesterday's suicide bombing close to a Lebanese army checkpoint at the Tayyouneh roundabout at the entrance to the southern suburbs of Beirut in which a member of the General Security services was killed and a number of people were injured.
BAGHDAD, July 8 (KUNA) -- The Iraqi Justice Ministry announced on Monday that Saddam Hussein's half-brother and former director of his feared general security services died of cancer earlier today.
But the head of Israel's General Security Services said three years ago that Palestinian citizens' organizational efforts for equality constitute a "strategic threat," even if pursued by lawful means.
CDATA[ General Security Services in partnership with soldiers of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) killed the murderers of Rabbi Meir Avshalom Chai.
Ayalon, a former chief of= the General Security Services (Shin Bet) criticized his former agency as h= aving "failed" the captive soldier.
of Israel's Defense Forces, having served for more than 15 years for the country's General Security Services and EI AI.
Rabbi Arik Asherman of Rabbis for Human Rights described the court ruling as the culmination of a decade-long campaign by Israeli and international human rights activists to outlaw the forms of physical abuse that have long been sanctioned within the interrogation cells of the Israeli Shin Bet, or General Security Services.

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