Fearing Arrest, Former Shin Bet Chief Forced to Flee Denmark

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Israel Hayom – Former Shin Bet security agency Director Carmi Gillon was forced to prematurely end a trip to Copenhagen to promote the film “The Gatekeepers” on Saturday after a police complaint was filed against him.

The demand for Gillon’s arrest was made by a pro-Palestinian organization after hearing that the film was set to be screened at a Jewish film festival in Denmark’s capital. “The Gatekeepers” includes interviews with several former Shin Bet heads who speak about the agency’s dealings over the years.

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Source: The Algemeiner

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One thought on “Fearing Arrest, Former Shin Bet Chief Forced to Flee Denmark

  • January 13, 2014 at 12:56 pm
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    These pro palestinian organisations are given too much importance by European authorities.
    Unfortunately I am comforted in my feeling that there’s no more place for Jews in Europe.

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