This November, 25, 2019 photo provided by the Israeli Foreign Ministry shows Israel's first Bedouin Arab diplomat Ishmael Khaldi in Miami, Florida. Khaldi who was once deployed abroad to push back against Israel's critics said he was beaten by overzealous security guards at Jerusalem's central bus station on Thursday, June 11, 2020. Khaldi said he believes it was a case of ethnic profiling. He said he filed a police complaint and went public with his experience in order to shine a light on racist behavior that he says exists in sectors of the country that he loves. (Israeli Consulate in Miami via AP)
Israel's first Bedouin Arab diplomat Ishmael Khaldi said he believes he was ethnically profiled. AP

'I can't breathe': Arab-Israeli diplomat Ishmael Khaldi 'choked by security guards'