Israel reveals a secret document it said it led to the bombing of a Syrian nuclear site - (video)

Jerusalem: On Tuesday, Israel revealed a secret document, which it said led it to strike what it called the Syrian nuclear reactor, in the Deir ez-Zor region, 15 years ago.

Israel reveals a secret document it said it led to the bombing of a Syrian nuclear site - (video)

And the Israeli army said in a statement: “On September 6, 2007, IDF fighters destroyed the Syrian nuclear reactor in Deir ez-Zor.”

He added: “In the fifteenth year of targeting the Syrian nuclear reactor, an intelligence document dating back to 2002 was revealed for the first time, which included an intelligence assessment that Syria is trying to advance a strategic project whose merits have not yet been recognized, but which raises doubts about an interest in the production of a nuclear threat. seen from the northern front.

The text of the document stated, according to the Israeli army statement: “It was recently known that within the framework of the Syrian Atomic Energy Authority work is being carried out (or work has been done) on secret projects unknown to us. The information does not indicate the existence of an effective nuclear plan, but rather testifies to a practical interest in Areas that may lead to the development of a plan, and raise doubts about starting work on developing such a plan.”

The Israeli army also published photos and videos of the moments of targeting the Syrian nuclear site.

The publication of the document, photos and video comes at the height of Israel's threats to Iran if it acquires a nuclear weapon.

Israel is making great efforts to discourage Western countries from signing a “crystalline” agreement with Iran regarding its nuclear program.

Israel expects that Western countries, including the United States of America, will conclude an agreement “soon” with Iran regarding its nuclear program, after the European Union presented last August a final settlement proposal to Tehran and Washington.

For months, diplomats from Iran and Western countries have been negotiating in the Austrian capital, Vienna, a deal to restore restrictions on Tehran's nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions re-imposed by former US President Donald Trump, after his country withdrew from the agreement in May 2018.


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