Malaysia's Relationship With Israel Gets Frostier

Fayhsal, Wan Ahmad
August 2014
Foreign Policy in Focus;8/21/2014, p3
The article offers a look at the impact of the ongoing crisis in Gaza on the international relations of Malaysia and Israel. It cited some allegations made by the Israel Security Agency or Shin Bet against Malaysia. Also highlighted is a statement issued by Malaysia's Deputy Home Minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar concerning the allegations made by Shin Bet. Also noted are some Malaysian organizations advocating the Palestinian cause.


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