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Ynetnews News - Israel planned to detonate nuclear device in Sinai during Six-Day War


Ynetnews News - Israel planned to detonate nuclear device in Sinai during Six-Day War: Yaakov was later arrested on suspicion of endangering national security by exposing Israel's atomic secrets to Dr. Bergman and was accused of "aggravated espionage," but was later cleared of the severe charges and convicted of a lesser offense for providing information to unauthorized individuals. Dr. Bergman was also questioned on the matter.

Transcripts of Brig. Gen. Yaakov's conversations with Dr. Bergman and Dr. Cohen were obtained by the New York Times. The Times, which is not bound by the Israeli censor, revealed the secret plan.

According to Yaakov, two helicopters were to be flown to the heart of the Sinai desert, where they were to plant a nuclear device in one of the wadis. At the time, Israel did not yet have other measures like bombs or missiles to carry the nuclear payload.

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