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The initial shock came when the FBI analyzed the 25 documents found in a suitcase Anne Pollard had removed from their apartment on her husband's instructions, after he was first questioned at the Pentagon. The question "Is there a Mr. Now there was a new question: The transcripts, together with computer records at the Defense Intelligence Agency and within the agency, at the Defense Intelligence College , where Pollard gained access to many of the stolen documents, have subsequently revealed that much of the operation's take had nothing to do with the Middle East at all - it contained details of US and Soviet intelligence, communications and military capabilities.

This included, according to the government's Memorandum in Aid of Sentencing, "details about US ship positions, aircraft stations, tactics, and training operations. This concern was heightened when, during the Pollard investigation, a Soviet defector in US hands revealed that in addition to the two Soviet spies serving prison terms in Israel Shabtai Kalmanovitch and Marcus Klingberg , there was a third who had not been caught. He was well placed in the Defense Ministry, and still "active.

A second theme of Pollard's supporters is that the sentence was too harsh because the compromised documents, however voluminous and important, were sent to an ally. They question whether much damage was in fact done. The issue is fairly joined here, because it was almost certainly Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger's page classified submission to the court about damage to US security which led Judge Aubrey Robinson to issue a life sentence.

In the months since Pollard went to prison, his supporters have taken Mr. Weinberger to task for his role in the sentencing process. Dershowitz has characterized Weinberger's statements as "dirty pool.

Wolf Blitzer is a bit more circumspect in his book, admitting that Pollard had indeed damaged national security. But he adds the curious caveat that much of the damage had been contained, "because of the exposure of the operation" and because "US and Israeli intelligence -officials have cooperated - albeit not completely - to repair the damage.

Among the things Pollard sent to the Israelis, according to government submissions, were: None of the documents recouped in his apartment were excised: None of the documents returned by the Israeli government had been excised. The compromised documents, in other words, revealed all details about the intelligence sources and methods used to collect the information.

Even if Pollard had tried to-excise sources and methods, he did not have the competence to do so. We are speaking about hundreds of thousands of pages, thousands of documents, and hundreds of subjects. The information compromised included US military satellite photographs. If a foreign intelligence organization simply sees the photograph in a technical journal, all it has is the subject in the photo, the fact that the National Security Agency is interested, and some indication of the power and resolution of the satellite cameras.

But if foreign analysts get their hands on the original or even a good photocopy of the photo itself, they also get all the telemetry data that was printed around the edges - the location, distance, altitude, altitude and degree of angle of the satellite, among other things. With this information in foreign hands, the NSA must reposition, or even change the orbit of the satellite, at great expense, and the element of surprise is lost. This is what Weinberger meant when he referred to "[the loss of] national assets which have taken many years, great effort, and enormous national resources to secure," Three separate Defense Department sources who took part in the Pollard operation damage exercise have been unable or unwilling to put a specific dollar figure on the loss.

But all three have, independently referred to "several billions of dollars" as a rough estimate, with the vast majority of that loss occurring to the technical collection resources of the NSA. And at that, we haven't counted the networks destroyed and the extreme personal risks caused for spies whose identities, locations, and activities were revealed.

It makes virtually no difference that the pages went to Israel as opposed to, say, Czechoslovakia. No modern national security apparatus would risk many lives or billions of dollars on operations whose security it no longer controlled. Once it is gone, it's gone. If Pollard had taken half the material and mailed it to KGB headquarters in Moscow, and had merely given the other half to a friend in Bethesda, Md. In this case, the material went to a foreign power whose intelligence services the US had reason to believe were already penetrated by the Soviets.

Former CIA director Richard Helms was recently asked in connection with Pollard, whether the US should distinguish between those who sell secrets to friends on the one hand, or enemies on the other. His answer was, no, it shouldn't, "for the simple reason that we don't know about the security of those other governments.

Helms's comment underscores another important point about the "take" in the Pollard operation: It is only the government of Israel, meaning the entirety of its security establishment, that could have used the voluminous material stolen in this case. In his book, Mr. Blitzer is very careful to point out that when Mr.

Peres became prime minister in September shortly after Pollard was recruited , Mr. Eitan "was asked to give up his counter terrorism responsibility. My source for this is Thomas Pickering, then US ambassador to Israel, who, when Eitan's name became connected to the case, was asked by the State Department about the man's ties to the prime minister. He responded as indicated above in a "Secret" telegram No. It was declassified in in response to a freedom of information request from this writer.

Perhaps the most embarrassing aspect of the Pollard matter, from Israel's standpoint, and the primary reason that those directly involved would like to see the Pollards released and the issue permanently resolved and out of the news, is the question of the policy context for the operation.

Was Pollard the first person to spy for Israel against the US, or was he only the first one to be caught doing so, or was he only the first one to be caught and prosecuted! You would be correct if you answered "none of the above.

Blitzer distinguishes between "friendly espionage" and the nasty kind where agents are recruited and money is paid for information. The former is collected by overt technical means or by the reports of military and other accredited attaches.

This Israel has done to America, and the US does to Israel, and everybody does to everybody else,-B-ut for decades, Blitzer maintains, the US and Israel have abided by an agreement not to spy on each other the nasty way. That is provable nonsense. The Israeli government is even less equivocal on this matter than Blitzer. Shortly after Pollard's arrest, Prime Minister Peres issued a statement which said, in part: Not now, not when Pollard was recruited, and not at any time going back to the very establishment of Israel's first embassies in Washington and at the United Nations in The list in the accompanying article is by no means complete.

Documentary evidence exists of similar cases. Why are they not better known! Because prior to Jonathan Pollard, according to one senior FBI counterespionage official, "95 percent of the cases developed resulted in declinations [to prosecute]. The cases were dropped at the last moment. Pollard was certainly not the first and he probably won't be the last Israeli spy in America: He was just the most effective.

That said, my sense is that many if not most in the US intelligence and military communities would be delighted to accommodate Pollard's family and supporters, and release the man and his wife to their adopted country.

It would depend on what the US could get in trade, perhaps in a three-way deal involving the Soviets and their spies now in Israeli jails. There is generally no rancor in Washington toward Pollard personally.

And in any event, the damage is already done. But you can be sure that whatever has happened in the past, the next Israeli caught spying in America will be treated as a spy. Their discussions, according to Bruce Rice, NUMEC's security manager, "concerned the possibility of developing plutonium-fueled, thermo-electric generator systems in the 5- and milliwatt power level.

The Israelis were particularly interested in 10 generators in the 5-milliwatt range, which would be fueled by about 2 grams of plutonium. During a meeting with then-U. The late Carl Duckett, former CIA deputy director, found it "hard to reconcile Shapiro not recalling Lahav when the matter was first raised, but subsequently thinking he was the man he met in Pittsburgh," Duckett wrote in a letter to Henry Myers, former Udall aide, in response to Shapiro's unsworn testimony during an informal meeting with Udall's subcommittee in Shapiro also said he met the head of Israel's military intelligence during his trips there.

But, Shapiro said, he had no knowledge of Israel's nuclear weapons capabilities. Again, Duckett doubted Shapiro.

Given Shapiro's background, his interest in Israel and "his contacts with senior Israeli officials concerned with nuclear matters, Continuing speculation After about a decade of investigations, federal authorities could not find significant evidence that Shapiro diverted uranium to the Israelis. But that didn't end speculation. To bolster his argument, Hersh points to the large quantities of uranium found, according to the NRC, when the Apollo plant was decommissioned and taken apart in the s.

In an interview with the Valley News Dispatch, former Udall aide Myers, who is not represented in a positive light in Hersh's book, questioned the validity of Hersh's claims and wondered why more people did not criticize the book. Federal agents also considered the possibility that NUMEC's partnership with Israel on food irradiation made it easier to smuggle uranium out of the country. The worker, whose name is deleted in a November FBI document, told agents he believed the losses in uranium occurred about the same time NUMEC was involved in developing and manufacturing at least one large irradiator and several smaller units called "Howitzers" and shipping them to Israel.

The employee believed if enriched uranium was to be illegally shipped to Israel, "it would have been a simple matter of placing the material in these food irradiator units in large quantities and shipped to Israel with no questions asked," according to the FBI report.

No one would have opened or examined them or had reason to question their contents. Shapiro insisted to Congressional investigators that such a phone did not exist and that the telex machines at NUMEC were ordinary. Some of the missing material also was likely buried as waste on the plant site, he said.

Diversion or sloppy records? Seaborg wrote to U. Therefore, it cannot be said unequivocally that theft or diversion has not taken place. The losses were way beyond what we would have anticipated. We felt that Shapiro was deliberately negligent to cover the losses. News of the buried waste came as a surprise to the AEC, according to an Aug.

Shapiro stated this new source of valuable waste was contained in about drums of scraps and cleanup material. The buried waste was exhumed in October , but only six kilograms of uranium - 56 kilograms short of what Shaprio said should be there - of nuclear material was recovered.

Why was he going public on television? All this did was get him in trouble in life. The thing about Duckett is he had no reason to lie. This is the second of three parts regarding the history of the Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp.

The Phantom of Dimona. Translation by Victor Diodon. Black Market of Horror: In Jerusalem the subject is still considered a state secret, but experts all over the world agree: Israel is the only state in the Middle East to have atom bombs. The first received the Nobel Peace Prize in and has moved among the topmost circles of the Israeli Establishment for over 50 years.

The third has spent more than 17 years in a maximum-security cell of Ashkelon Prison - as traitor to Israel. The careers of Shimon Peres, 80, Rafi Eitan, 77, and Mordecai Vanunu, 49, reflect central stages in the history of the Jewish state - its successes, its defeats and its inner conflicts. And they touch on a taboo that is officially maintained to this day and is only slowly being laid open by independent historians and journalists. Shimon Peres, from the shtetl of Vishniva in what is today Belarus, emigrated with his family to British-controlled Palestine when he was eleven years old.

As a young man he joined the underground Jewish army Haganah, but always strove for negotiation rather than terrorism as a way to deal with the occupation forces.

That legendary head of government and founding father of Israel is obsessed with the idea that the Holocaust might be repeated, and his central fear is that this time the Jews would be driven to the brink of extinction by fanatical Arabs.

Ben-Gurion seeks a weapon against this helplessness that will work even if the enemy seems superior in strength: Ben-Gurion instructs Shimon Peres to do everything to make this dream a reality; the ultimate Zionist project.

Peres has no illusions that any of the three powers who possess nuclear capability would share the technology with the Jewish state. The Soviet Union and Great Britain are not an option. Even the USA are only willing to supply a tiny reactor for the purpose of generating power - and they warn the Israelis against having nuclear ambitions.

Peres sees his chance somewhere else. He turns to Paris; in those days France was just beginning to develop its nuclear weapons program and in fall of she sees no strategic obstacles to helping the Israelis in exchange for secret intelligence information and scientific collaboration. The French and the Israelis share the same interests in the battle against Arab dreams of superpower status. Out of gratitude, Premier Guy Mollet enters into a secret treaty with Peres in and promises Peres the know-how to build a large reactor at Dimona in the Negev Desert.

The reactor is able to produce plutonium - the stuff atom bombs are made of. When the official Israeli atomic energy commission sees the construction plans for Dimona, the result is an uproar. Six out of seven scientists resign their posts. But even the drop-outs are sworn to silence, under threat of punishment.

Ben-Gurion showers Peres with praise. And through the need to deal secretly, for years, with a small group of scientists, political strategists and secret agents, he becomes estranged from the military establishment. As well, the Israeli voters, who repeatedly snub him at election time, seem to sense somehow that this man is not always honest with them - no matter how good his reasons and how severe his pangs of conscience may be.

Rafi Eitan is quite different: He is considered hard towards his friends, ruthless towards enemies. Rafi Hamasriach is what his secret service colleagues call him: They say it very respectfully, but are perhaps also a little repelled by his ice-cold nature.

Eitan became the hero of well-known Mossad commando raids. In , for example, he played a decisive role in the abduction of the Nazi criminal Adolf Eichmann from Argentina. After an Israeli court sentenced Eichmann, the master spy insisted on accompanying the delinquent to his execution.

Unlike France, who terminated her nuclear collaboration with Israel in , Israel possesses no uranium mines in allied African states and especially not enough highly enriched material. A Mossad team put out feelers to locate secret avenues of supply. They searched for weak points in the network of international control — and for potential sympathizers.

Once with a small American company, located in Apollo Pennsylvania and belonging to a brilliant young scientist.

Zalman Shapiro is the son of an orthodox rabbi who lost part of his family in the Holocaust, an ardent Zionist and admirer of Israel. His company "Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp. Numec " supplied the quickly growing number of commercial nuclear reactors. As well, the plant temporarily stored larger quantities of highly enriched uranium for government contracts.

The Mossad team manages to divert the precious material and to transport it to Israel. Numec director Shapiro does not report the loss. It is months before the United States Atomic Energy Commission discovers, in the course of routine checks, that more than kilos of uranium have disappeared.

Soon after that, he shut Numec down. A later investigative report by the American Congress stated cryptically: A company in Italy is listed as end user — the deal remains within the EWG and therefore seems relatively unsuspicious.

Nobody in Brussels suspects that the Italian dye factory has never had anything to do with uranium before and only signed the papers because it considers itself merely a middleman, tempted by a hefty commission. The supervisory body Euratom approves the purchase. But the hot goods never arrive in the destination port in Genoa. Top agent Eitan has thought of everything, and bought a worn-out ton freighter from a Hamburg ship owner.

The "Scheersberg A" takes on the load in Antwerp — and then vanishes in the Mediterranean. Later on, embarrassed Euratom functionaries reconstruct how the trip must have gone.

And from there, they were shipped to Dimona, to serve in the manufacture of several atom bombs. Rafi the Stinker is promote to Vice-Chief of the Mossad. In late the "Scheersberg" reappears in southern Turkey; there is no trace of her crew. The logbook contains no entries for the trip from Antwerp. Uranium buyer Schulzen declares that he only carried out the deal in the role of intermediary, on behalf of a client he did not know. Had the Mossad acted alone in this? On the few occasions when Eitan spoke with journalists — after he retired from active espionage - he passionately denied any such help.

In fact it took the CIA years to uncover the Israeli nuclear weapons program. In late , when John F. At the start of his term of office, JFK was more favorably disposed towards Israel than almost any previous American President had been - "after all, New York Jews voted me into office, now I have to do something for them," he said to friends — but his fear of the proliferation of nuclear weapons was even stronger.

Kennedy gave Ben-Gurion an ultimatum to put Dimona under the supervision of specialists. Ben-Gurion balked, but realized that inspections could no longer be avoided.

When the American scientists arrived for their pre-announced inspection, the Israeli secret service managed to lead them up the garden path. In Israel constructed its first, primitive atom bomb, and not even the Americans managed to miss that. When asked, the Israelis fobbed the White House off with a deliberately wishy-washy standard phrase which the diplomat Shimon Peres uses frequently and which expresses official Israeli policy to this day: For several days around October 9, the world teeters on the edge of a nuclear war.

The 13 bombs are returned to their underground desert bunkers. Ever since the s Jerusalem has observed with great concern the rapid nuclear advances of Iraq in particular. With help from France, Saddam Hussein built a most suspicious nuclear reactor in Tuweitha south of Baghdad. In the early morning hours of June 7, , Begin launches eight F fighter planes, armed with 1,kilo bombs and accompanied by six F interceptors. They reduce the reactor, located kilometers from the Israeli border, to rubble and ashes.

Before the Iraqis have even realized what happened, the bomber planes have returned unscathed to their base near Eilat. This prudent politician, at that time a member of the Opposition, had been one of the few politicians to be made privy to the plan, and had argued vehemently against it as being too great a risk to the lives of the pilots as well as to future relations with the Arab nations.

According to the political scientist Yoel Cohen, at the start of the Lebanese Campaign in Sharon urged the Cabinet in all seriousness to prepare a nuclear strike against Syria because the Syrians were allegedly about to attack the Golan Heights.

The most mysterious affair in the history of the mystery-shrouded Israeli nuclear weapons program begins. It is linked to a Moroccan-Jewish name: His parents — he a grocer, she a seamstress — live the life of a middle-class family in Marrakech. Mordecai is one of six children; like the others he grows up trilingual, and speaks Arab and French better than Hebrew.

Nine-year-old Mordecai attends strictly orthodox schools until he graduates. He goes to study physics in Tel Aviv, but quits after one year. Like many of the Oriental Jews, his political leanings are strongly right-wing. Mordecai Vanunu wants to make money quickly and so he applies to the "Nuclear Research Center" Dimona. In he passes an intensive course in physics, chemistry, mathematics and English — and a security check. He is issued Service ID No. As the new employees now learn, this eight-story, largely underground complex is used to produce plutonium.

All of them must sign a pledge of secrecy. Vanunu becomes inspector of the night shift, a job that takes him through every department of Machon 2. For nine years he does his monotonous routine job reliably and inconspicuously. In the meantime he attends philosophy courses at the University of Beersheba.

His specialty is Nietzsche. And in the process his political leanings change. Vanunu gives the student newspaper inflammatory interviews, attends courses given by the Israeli communists — hard to imagine that the omnipresent Internal Security Service could have missed all that.

In December employees are laid off in Dimona, allegedly "for economic reasons". Vanunu is among these — and even before he picks up his discharge papers he joins the Communist Party "Profession: But the loner finds no friends in the Party, and an affair with a midwife ends in a break-up.

Vanunu decides to take a trip to the Far East. He takes his camera along. Another item in his luggage: Explosive photos that the nuclear plant inspector took in the top-secret Machon 2 installation — allegedly without anyone noticing.

He makes a living there as taxi driver, and in the Anglican Church of St. To be clear, it is extremely unlikely that Rose will be charged.

The LAPD has already investigated the incident, compiled evidence and interviewed witnesses—and still not sought charges against Rose. Still, the LAPD will be watching the trial closely to see if new evidence or witness testimony surfaces that alters the trajectory of their criminal investigation. The four most important witnesses in the Rose trial will be these parties: Doe, Rose, Hampton and Allen. She will retell the incident as best as she recalls. Jurors will evaluate how credible Doe seems.

In making that assessment, they will likely consider how specifically and precisely Doe remembers the incident and whether her account is internally consistent.

Her recollection and purpose in bringing the case will be tested on cross-examination. They will highlight how frequently she and Rose engaged in consensual sex once they started dating in , and they will draw attention to Doe not seeking medical attention or altering law enforcement following the alleged rape.

After Doe testifies, her attorneys will call other witnesses to the stand. Groff is expected to testify that she and Doe consumed large amounts of tequila and other alcohol that evening—this a critical point because if jurors believe Doe was very inebriated, they are more likely to believe that she could not have lawfully consented to sexual intercourse.

This point may indicate to jurors that Rose and his two friends were adamant about having sex that evening. Claudia Carleo was in the apartment when the alleged rape took place.

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He responded as indicated above in a "Secret" telegram No. That said, my sense is that many if not most in שליטה נשית אתרי סרס US intelligence and military communities would be delighted to accommodate Pollard's family and supporters, and release the man and his wife to their adopted country. The back room of what was the Crawdaddy Club in Richmond, London where the Rolling Stones had their first residency in

Friedan was dismissed from the union newspaper UE News in because she was pregnant with her second child, after leaving UE News she became a freelance writer for various magazines, including Cosmopolitan. For her 15th college reunion in Friedan conducted a survey of graduates, focusing on their education, subsequent experiences.

In the United States the movement lasted through the early s and it later became a worldwide movement that was strong in Europe and parts of Asia, such as Turkey and Israel, where it began in the s, and it began at other times in other countries.

Second-wave feminism also drew attention to violence and marital rape issues, establishment of rape crisis and battered womens shelters. This life was illustrated by the media of the time, for example television shows such as Father Knows Best. Before the second there were some important events which laid the groundwork for it. French writer Simone de Beauvoir had in the s examined the notion of women being perceived as other in the patriarchal society and this book was translated from French to English and published in America in In the Food and Drug Administration approved the combined oral contraceptive pill and this made it easier for women to have careers without having to leave due to unexpectedly becoming pregnant.

The administration of President Kennedy made womens rights a key issue of the New Frontier, There were also notable actions by women in wider society, presaging their wider engagement in politics which would come with the second wave.

In ,50, women in 60 cities, mobilized by Women Strike for Peace, protested above ground testing of nuclear bombs, in Betty Friedan, influenced by The Second Sex, wrote the bestselling book The Feminine Mystique.

Discussing primarily white women, she objected to how women were depicted in the mainstream media. She had helped conduct an important survey using her old classmates from Smith College. This survey revealed that the women who played a role at home, the women who stayed home showed feelings of agitation and sadness.

She concluded that many of these women had emerged themselves in the idea that they should not have any ambitions outside their home.

Friedan described this as The Problem That Has No Name, the perfect nuclear family image depicted and strongly marketed at the time, she wrote, did not reflect happiness and was rather degrading for women. This book is credited with having begun second-wave feminism. Though it is accepted that the movement lasted from the s into the early s. Connecticut Supreme Court ruling of In Friedan joined other women and men to found the National Organization for Women, Friedan stepped down as president in Although a radical, she said there was a need for liberals, at the same time, she maintained a dialogue with political conservatives and wrote a topically-related book, Right-Wing Women.

After suffering abuse from her first husband, she was introduced to radical feminist literature, coming to New York, she became an activist on several issues and a writer, eventually publishing 10 books on feminism.

She wrote on pornography from a feminist perspective and in opposition to obscenity law and she considered the pornography industry to be based on turning women into objects for abuse by men.

She testified at a commission against pornography, leading some stores to withdraw certain magazines from sale. Critics argued that no relationship between pornography and harm to women had been found. A Canadian court adapted parts of Dworkin and MacKinnons theory on sex equality, some sex-positive feminists criticized Dworkins views as censorious and as denying womens agency or choice in sexual relationships, leading to the so-called feminist sex wars.

Some critics of Dworkin accused her of supporting incest, and she sued for defamation and she subsequently wrote much in opposition to incest. When she said she was drugged and raped in a hotel in , in her later years, she suffered from severe osteoarthritis which limited her mobility. She died of myocarditis at the age of Dworkin was born in Camden, New Jersey, to Harry Dworkin and her father was the grandson of a Russian Jew who fled Russia when he was 15 years old in order to escape military service and her mother was the child of Jewish emigrants from Hungary.

She had one brother, Mark. Her father was a schoolteacher and dedicated socialist, whom she credited with inspiring her passion for social justice. In sixth grade, the administration at her new school punished her for refusing to sing Silent Night and she said she probably would have become a rabbi if women could have while she was in high school and she would have liked being a Talmudic scholar. Dworkin began writing poetry and fiction in the sixth grade, throughout high school, she read avidly, with encouragement from her parents.

Dworkin testified that the doctors in the House of Detention gave her an examination which was so rough that she bled for days afterwards. She spoke in public and testified before a jury about her experience. Reviewing feminists at the centuries end.

Women, class, and the feminist imagination: The Sexual liberals and the attack on feminism. Performing Gender, Enacting Community. Modern Power and Free Speech: But the loner finds no friends in the Party, and an affair with a midwife ends in a break-up. Vanunu decides to take a trip to the Far East.

He takes his camera along. Another item in his luggage: Explosive photos that the nuclear plant inspector took in the top-secret Machon 2 installation — allegedly without anyone noticing. He makes a living there as taxi driver, and in the Anglican Church of St. John he makes friends with the minister. He converts to Christianity. The pacifist Bible studies confirm Vanunu in his rejection of the Israeli nuclear program.

The newspaper flies Vanunu to the British capital. The story that is published on October 5, becomes a world sensation.

The politicians may continue to dodge a clear confirmation, but the clearly genuine photos prove it: Israel has approximately to atom bombs. Under orders from the Mossad, a pretty blonde lady made overtures to him in London and lured him onto a British Airways plane for a holiday in Rome.

There are rumors that he had been drugged in Rome and abducted on a ship. In a secret trial a court in Jerusalem sentenced Vanunu to 18 years in prison, most of them in isolation. The utter failure of the Dimona supervisory authorities is puzzling to this day. These days, the three characters from the nuclear crossroads - Shimon the Peace-Loving, Rafi the Stinker and Mordecai the Doubter — face vastly different futures.

Rafi Eitan has grown bitter and has withdrawn into private life, to try his hand at business. Sometimes he works as a real estate agent in West Jordan, sometimes as dealer in ornamental fish; his office is in Cuba and he has had several opportunities to meet Fidel Castro.

He did not make it to the position of Chief of the Mossad, and since his high-handed recruitment of the scientist Jonathan Pollard, who spied on the United States for Israel, Eitan has become a persona non grata in America.

On the websites of hardcore conspiracy theorists Eitan has recently been touted as the man behind the New York terrorist attack of September 11, — and is said to be currently planning another, no less monstrous deed. Mordecai Vanunu is supposed to be released from Ashkelon Prison on April An American married couple who adopted him, and an Anglican minister who befriended him, are planning a huge party for him in the United States, which is where the prisoner hopes to emigrate to.

His fans have nominated him for the Nobel Peace Prize. As yet it is anything but certain whether he will actually be released. Under a law normally only used against suspected Palestinian terrorists, the Ministry of Defense wants to continue to keep Vanunu behind bars — or at least to release him only on his pledge that he will keep silent about his experiences in Dimona and his abduction. Israel is believed to possess the largest and most sophisticated arsenal outside of the five declared nuclear powers.

Israel has never admitted possessing nuclear weapons, but abundant information is available showing that the capability exists. A short essay on the history of Israel's nuclear weapons program April revelations about Israeli-South African nuclear collaboration The center of Israel's weapons program is the Negev Nuclear Research Center near the desert town of Dimona the center is usually identified simply as "Dimona".

A nuclear reactor and plutonium production facility was built by France at this facility in the late s and early 60s. All of the production and fabrication of special nuclear materials plutonium, lithium-6 deuteride, and enriched and unenriched uranium occurs at Dimona although the design and assembly of nuclear weapons occurs elsewhere.

October news stories about workers health and safety at Dimona Click on images for close-ups This is an image of the Dimona facility taken by a US Corona spy satellite in Mission , 29 September , Frame: It is physically impossible to take a similar image within the atmosphere as Israel jealously protects the airspace above Dimona.

In the s an Israeli Airforce Mirage was shot down when it accidentally ventured too close to Dimona. A closeup of the same Corona frames. Side-by-side comparison of a Corona image and the much lower resolution SPOT commercial imaging satellite.

Mordechai Vanunu 17 K. The most specific and detailed information to be made public about its nuclear program came from a former mid-level nuclear technician named Mordechai Vanunu.

Vanunu had worked at the Machon 2 facility, where plutonium is produced and bomb components fabricated, for 9 years before his increasing involvement in left wing pro-Palestinian politics led to his dismissal in Due to lax internal security, prior to his departure he managed to take about 60 photographs covering nearly every part of Machon 2.

Mordechai Vanunu 35 K. After travelling around the world for several months in Bohemian style, he converted to Christianity in Australia. The religious group he associated with has an activist anti-nuclear bent and he soon decided to make public his knowledge of Israel's nuclear weapons capability. He made contact with the London Sunday Times which flew him to London and began preparing an exclusive news story.

Unfortunately for Vanunu, the Israeli government had found out about his activities and the Mossad arranged to kidnap him and bring him back to Israel for trial. Mordechai Vanunu revealing details of his capture 39 K. For an even bigger image 57 K click here. He was successfully lured into a trap by a female Israeli agent named Cheryl Bentov operating under the name of "Cindy". His sudden disappearance before the publication of the Sunday Times story was mysterious at the time.

The story was finally published several days later on 5 October A few motnhs later Vanunu's status as a prisoner of the Israeli government was confirmed when it was revealed that he would stand trial.

Despite being essentially incommunicado, Vanunu managed to reveal details of his capture in dramatic fashion when he wrote the information on the palm of his hand, and held it up for news photographers as he was being whisked away from the courthouse. As described by Vanunu, the Dimona complex has nine buildings "Machons", Hebrew for "facility" including to the reactor building. The plant employs people. Control room of the Machon 2 plutonium separation plant courtesy Mordechai Vanunu 31 K.

Bomb components made of plutonium, lithium-6 deuteride, and beryllium are fabricated in level 5 of Machon 2. They are transported by convoys of unmarked cars to the warhead assembly facility, operated by Rafael north of Haifa. The principal uncertainty in evaluating Israel's weapon production capability is the actual power level of the Dimona reactor. It has long been believed that Israel has upgraded the reactor repeatedly to increase its plutonium production.

Vanunu claimed that Israel possessed nuclear weapons implying some kg of plutonium and can produce 40 kg of plutonium a year. This production figure indicates an average operating power of MW thermal. Analysts generally discount figures this high, and the consensus is that it was initially operated at 40 MW and was upgraded to 70 MW sometime before A study by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute SIPRI produced a somewhat lower range of estimates, concluding that Israel has produced kg of plutonium through , enough for a stockpile of efficient weapons the extreme estimate range was to kg.

According to Vanunu fuel rods are irradiated for periods of about three months before discharge for plutonium extraction. At 70 MW the Dimona reactor would consume some 48 tonnes of fuel a year and produce about 18 kg of plutonium. Vanunu also claimed that Israel possessed fusion boosted weapons, and has developed hydrogen bomb technology. He provided information about both lithium-6 and tritium production. He stated that initially tritium was produced by a facility in Machon 2 called Unit 92 by separating it from the heavy water moderator where it is produced in small amounts as a by-product.

In production was expanded when a new facility called Unit 93 was opened to extract tritium from enriched lithium that had been irradiated in the reactor. The large scale production of tritium by Israel has been confirmed by South Africa, which received a shipments of tritium totalling 30 g during This clearly indicates tritium production on a scale sufficient for a weapon boosting program.

It is difficult to find any other rationale for such a large tritium production capability except some sort of thermonuclear weapon application. It is quite difficult to develop gas fusion boosting technology like that used in US weapons and weapons tests are probably essential. Although radiation implosion weapons could be developed without testing, they would tend to be large and heavy and would perhaps be incompatible with Israel's available delivery systems.

Tritium could be used to spike the fusion fuel and boost the yield, just as the Soviets did with the Kt "Joe-4". Hersh reports without any stated source that Israel has developed an extensive array of tactical nuclear weapons: With an arsenal that is quite possibly in excess of weapons it is likely that some of the nuclear materials would be applied tactical weapons. Boosted bombs are doubtful, as are neutron bombs, due to problems with development in the absence of a significant testing program.

Neutron bombs also require very large amounts of tritium g per weapon which would impact the production of plutonium quite seriously each gram of tritium displaces 80 grams of plutonium production. Artillery shells are also doubtful due to their wastefulness in plutonium.

Tactical weapons are probably aircraft or missile delivered, or are pre-emplaced mines. Burrows and Windrem claim without indicating a source that Israel has produced warheads, including those that have since been dismantled. They place the current arsenal at about weapons. Several reports have surfaced claiming that Israel has some uranium enrichment capability at Dimona. Vanunu asserted that gas centrifuges were operating in Machon 8, and that a laser enrichment plant was being operated in Machon 9 Israel holds a patent on laser isotopic enrichment.

According to Vanunu the production-scale plant has been operating since The scale of a centrifuge operation would necessarily be limited due to space constraints, and might be focused toward enriching depleted reactor fuel to more efficiently use Israel's uranium supply.

A laser enrichment system, if developed to operational status, could be quite compact however and might be producing weapon grade material in substantial quantities. If highly enriched uranium is being produced in substantial quantities, then Israel's nuclear arsenal could be much larger than estimated solely from plutonium production.

Reports that Zalman Shapiro, the American owner of the nuclear fuel processing company NUMEC, supplied enriched uranium to Israel in the s seems to have been authoritatively refuted by Hersh. Israel produces uranium domestically as a by-product of phosphate mining near the Dead Sea but this amounts to only 10 tons a year, and is grossly insufficient for its needs.

Israel has addressed this shortfall by reprocessing the low burnup spent fuel to recover uranium which most nations do not do. It is also known to have purchased at least tons of natural uranium on the world market under an alias. A major source though was some tons of uranium provided by South Africa in a quid pro quo for Israel's assistance on its weapons program.

Combined with uranium recycling, and the possible use of enrichment to stretch the uranium supply, these quantities may be sufficient to account for Dimona's fuel supply to the present date Israel can undoubtedly deploy nuclear weapons using its capable air force.

The aircraft and crews dedicated to nuclear weapons delivery are located at the Tel Nof airbase. Originally the F-4 Phantom II acquired in was probably the designated carrier, today it would be the F The F has an unrefueled radius of action of km, extending out to western Iran, the shores of the Black Sea, Riyadh, or the Libyan border.

With refueling it can travel much farther of course, and an unrefueled one-way mission could take it as far as Moscow. Israel also possesses medium-range ballistic missiles: Under development is the Jericho-2B with a range of 2, km. These missiles were almost certainly developed specifically as nuclear delivery systems although chemical warheads cannot be ruled out. About 50 Jericho-1s and 50 Jericho-2s are believed to have been deployed.

Israel also has a or more US supplied Lance tactical missiles, with a range of km 72 miles. Although these were supplied with conventional warheads, they could have been outfitted with nuclear or chemical ones. It is based on the French missile MD built by Dassault and was developed during the s. Two stage solid propellant Range: Jericho-2 development is indigenous, and started soon after the Jericho-1 was deployed.

Test launches began in and the first two had ranges of km and km The Jericho-2 shares the first two stages of the civilian Shavit Comet space launch vehicle, which has launched Israel's four satellites, the Offeq-1, 2, and 3 reconnaissance satellites, and the Amos communications satellite.

Shavit space launch vehicle, Offeq-2 launch on 3 April 13 K. Located a few kilometers to the northwest is Tel Nof air base. Images of the missile complex made by commercial satellites have been published in recent years, and September Jane's Intelligence Review published a 3-D analysis of high resolution pictures taken by the Indian IRS-C satellite. The complex is compact - smaller than 6 km x 4 km. The missiles are mobile, being deployed on transporter-erector-launchers TELs , and are based in bunkers tunneled into the side of the limestone hills.

There are no signs of missile silos. TELs require firm, accurately leveled ground in order to launch, and maximum missile accuracy requires pre-surveyed launch points. Consequently there are a number of prepared launch pads paved culs-de-sac connected to these bunkers by paved roads. Images of an actual Jericho 2 TEL indicate that it is about 16 m long, 4 m wide, and 3 m high. It is accompanied by three support vehicles probably a power supply vehicle, a firing control vehicle, and a communications vehicle.

The Zachariah missile base was enlarged between and during the Jericho-2 deployment. A few kilometers north of Tel Nof is the Be'er Yaakov factory where the Jericho missiles and the Shavit are believed to have been manufactured. From its deployment location in central Israel the Jericho-1 missile can reach such targets as Damascus, Aleppo, and Cairo. The short range of the Lance limits it mainly to battlefield use, although the Syrian capital of Damascus is in range from much of northern Israel.

Also located at the site are a group of 21 bunkers thought to contain nuclear gravity bombs. Five of the larger ones are about 15 m wide and 20 m long, and rise 6 m above ground. Israel has taken active steps to prevent nations that are officially at war with it from acquiring nuclear capabilities.

The bombing of the Osiraq reactor in Iraq in is the most famous case, but an earlier sabotage of the reactor core in France prior to shipment is probably attributable to Mossad. Israel's official policy is that it will not be the first nation to introduce nuclear weapons into the Middle East.

In contrast to the coy hinting of some undeclared weapon's states, Israel thus actively denies possessing nuclear weapons. Its obvious capability in this regard has thus established de facto deterrence, while minimizing but not eliminating domestic and international controversy. United States General Terrorism News: After Doe testifies, her attorneys will call other witnesses to the stand.

Groff is expected to testify that she and Doe consumed large amounts of tequila and other alcohol that evening—this a critical point because if jurors believe Doe was very inebriated, they are more likely to believe that she could not have lawfully consented to sexual intercourse.

This point may indicate to jurors that Rose and his two friends were adamant about having sex that evening. Claudia Carleo was in the apartment when the alleged rape took place. The two sisters are also expected to tell jurors that Doe described being raped in the hours after the incident.

Tommie McCaster, a co-worker of Doe at the time, is also expected to provide eyewitness testimony. He will likely tell jurors Doe was distraught after the incident. Depending on how well they testify, McCaster and other eyewitnesses could help Doe convince jurors that her account is true. Doe will say that Rose repeatedly asked her to participate in group sex.

Despite being essentially incommunicado, Vanunu managed to reveal details of his capture in dramatic fashion when he wrote the information on the palm of his hand, and held it up for news photographers as he was being whisked away from the courthouse. There are no signs of missile silos. In her second year she became interested in poetry, and had poems published in campus publications. In an interview with the Valley News Dispatch, former Udall aide Myers, who is not represented זיונים שמנות סקס אמא רוסיה a positive light in Hersh's book, questioned the validity of Hersh's claims and wondered why more people did not criticize the book. Rafi the Stinker is promote to Vice-Chief of the Mossad.


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