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Israeli prime minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu has tapped a former spy feared by the United States as his national security advisor. Sources close to Netanyahu have confirmed that Uzi Arad will be Israel's next national security adviser, The Washington Times reported Tuesday. The former Mossad chief has been denied entry into the United States during the past two years based on the grounds that he is a security risk.
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