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| Just to add a voice to an already long list of complaints against the highly unreasonable secondary security measures at this airport. Why do they have a secondary security check if not to prove that their first one was unsafe and unable to deal with potential issues? Then how can anyone be sure that even the second instance of annoying unpacking, unclothing and un-shoeing and manhandling will make travelers any safer? Most problematic of all, however, is their confiscation of liquids, including water (you purchased for $6 at their airport, for example!) with the claim that no passengers on a US-bound plane can carry any liquids over 100 ml! Seriously? When was the last time their security chief traveled on a US-bound plane? I fly a US-bound plane at least 4-5 times a year from various destinations and this was the first time I have heard such nonsense. On top of confiscating travelers' drinking liquids (regardless of the fact that you may actually need it during your flight because your airline has zero service) they corral people into a crowded gate area with no water fountains, no toilets, no nothing at all. Most people end up standing for a long time, or lying on the floor, angry, tired and thirsty. Great job, guys, this was my first, last and only time I have ever had to suffer the indignity of being your customer. Absolutely avoid this airport if you possibly can. Wifi is free only for 30 minutes. No shops open at night, even though there are flights at that time, the only place open was a small cafe that had no running water.