Israeli officials have identified the BDS movement as a major threat.
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Israel ordered a probe Wednesday into how Dublin's mayor, barred from entry over alleged anti-Israel activity, passed unchallenged through immigration at Tel Aviv airport, reportedly due to a spelling error. Irish nationalist Lord Mayor Michael Mac Donncha entered Israel Tuesday, headed on a visit to the Israeli-occupied West Bank.Israeli daily Haaretz said the ban order sent to airport immigration officials misspelled Mac Donncha's name and he did not therefore show up on the watch list.
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