The controversy over the alleged use of forged passports from other nations has resurfaced this week with the expulsion of an Israeli diplomat from Australia. This follows the expulsion of an Israeli diplomat from the United Kingdom in March, for the same reason.
NY Times version
Sydney Morning Herald Version
This'll be a "bit shorter than one-week" thread, with a narrow focus (ie, stick to issues directly related to the questions).
1. Do you think that expelling diplomats is an appropriate response to Israel's apparent forging of foreign passports?
2. Do you think that it was appropriate for Israel to forge foreign passports in the interest of their own national security?
3. Do you think that state forgery of passports is a widespread intelligence practice?
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