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STORY OF THE WEEK: Israel Passport Scandal

STORY OF THE WEEK - ISRAEL PASSPORT SCANDAL

PM's Views On Israeli Spy Case

Mossad, Spooks, And The Price Of Dodgy NZ Passports - Selwyn Manning writes… The past month's events have conjured shadows. Names like the SIS, EAB raise suspicion, intrigue. Outward, beyond our borders, lurk more spooky counterparts: CIA, MI6, Mossad. Even TV's on to it. We're spy fanatics. Do you believe in Spooks downunder? See... Do You Believe In Spooks Downunder Inc?
Audio: Scoop’s Alastair Thompson and bFM’s Simon Pound on alleged spy activity in NZ.

PM's Presser: Spies Maketh A Media Frenzy - The whiff of John Le Carre pervaded most of the Prime Minister’s Press Conference with allegations of spies, the potential that the New Zealand passport may have been violated by agents of Mossad, and the potential fallout from this alleged violation. See... PM's Presser: Fraud + Israeli Spies = Media Frenzy and for the other stuff in the weekly Presser see… PM's Presser: Beyer, Greig, Iraq, Israel & Nauru.

EARLIER:
- Scoop - Govt Held High Powered Secret Meetings On Spy Case
- PM’s Office: Meetings Did Not Include LP President

MORE:
- Greens - Minister of Health or Minister of Hide and Seek?
- PM Helen Clark - PM responds to passport case
- NZ First - Protect our passports integrity says Mark
- Protestors - Protest Assassination At Auckland Town Hall

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