The Israeli know a thing or two about airport security -- and have been doing it very well without requiring anyone to take their shoes off.
While North America's airports groan under the weight of another sea-change in security protocols, one word keeps popping out of the mouths of experts: Israelification.
By using simple behavioural profiling designed to see how a person reacts when they're asked a few question, Israelification is a proven security system that protects life and limb without annoying you (and your junk) to no end.
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