By urging international intervention in Syria, Israel is of course running a security risk.
“Four decades ago, being gay was considered a security risk and it could end your career,” Guest told The Daily Beast.
But in 2007, 2008, and 2009, the Israel supreme court found he had maintained his role at PFLP and was a security risk.
Finally, in the spring of 1947, Holtsman dropped Spitz as an agent, terming him a security risk.
They allege that the planetoid is a security risk, in that it could be used for remote-control bombing of any of their planets.
You felt he constituted no security risk to the United States?
Once the job was done—if he were possessed of all information on it—he might be incarcerated or even shot as a security risk.
Quite apart from the party, from party membership, was it your conclusion that he was—he did not constitute a security risk?
He was a security risk of a sort, but not the type of person who would engage in violence.
a person or situation that poses a possible threat to the security of something