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Israel Security is a "nightmare" as you have described it , only if you turn it into one in your head . The reason they are asking you to login to you computer, is only to assure that it is yours and that you are not transporting someone's else computer ( one of the questions they ask you is if everything you carry is yours ..). Another reason is to see ...


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The waiting time in TLV is surprisingly short and procedures are fast . That being said - if you are of any "suspicious" Characteristics - you will need more time . Two hours should be enough . Interestingly enough , The last Time I have visited there , I showed up three hours before , but the Check-in ( and Security ) for my Flight was only Two hours ...


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The lines at Ben Gurion Airport are short, some of the shortest in the world for an airport of this size (there's a reason for this—long lines are bad for security). Check-in lines can take about 40 minutes tops (less if your flight leaves soon), and passport control usually takes no more than 5 minutes (maybe 15 at peak times, but I have never seen more ...


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Security at Ben Gurion Airport frequently ask you to log in to your laptop in order to ascertain that it's really yours. This happens both to Israeli citizens and people who travel to Israel. There is nothing strange about this and if asked, the best course of action is to do this immediately and without hesitation. Asking you to log in to your private ...



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