US-ISRAEL: Visa for Top Netanyahu Aide In Question

For the past two years, Dr. Uzi Arad, the former director of intelligence for Israel’s Mossad, has been denied entry into the United States based on a 2004 meeting he held with a Pentagon official who has since been sentenced to 12 years in prison for passing classified information to Israel. Under a long-standing section of the Immigration and Nationality Act (NA), foreign individuals suspected of engaging in espionage or sabotage against the U.S. cannot be granted a visa to come here.

Netanyahu, who was sworn in for a second stint as prime minister Tuesday, has long said he will appoint Arad director of Israel’s National Security Council, a critical post that will almost certainly require frequent consultation with top U.S. officials.


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