The journalist, David Suleiman, came to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion air hub, viewed as one of the world’s safest airports, and said he needed a job.
“The job interview took only 2-3 minutes, I signed some documents, and that’s it. No questions, nothing. It took the security a month to do a check and to get me the highest security clearance there is in an airport.” Suleiman told RT.
After having passed security checks, he was immediately hired as a cleaner by the airport’s sanitation contractor after presenting another man’s ID card. This happened despite the fact Suleiman is bald and hardly resembled his thick-haired friend Tamir, whose ID he used.
He managed to plant 9 fake bombs in cigarette packets and soda cans. Such a device was responsible for bringing down a Russian passenger jet flying from the resort of Sharm el Sheikh in Egypt last October; ISIS claimed responsibility.
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