An Israeli lawmaker canceled a trip to Spain over fears that he would be arrested.
Avi Dichter, a Knesset member from the Kadima Party and the former head of Israel’s Shin Bet intelligence agency, was scheduled to attend an international peace summit in Spain. He changed his mind after Spain would not grant him immunity from arrest or prosecution during his time in the country.
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