1 anat kamm, an active duty soldier in the idf's central command, illegally copied 2,000 military documents, of which 700 are top secret, from the commander's computer. she illegally removed the discs from the command and transferred the documents on her computer. she further transferred the 2,000 documents to the haaretz journalist, uri blau. 2 blau published a few articles based on those documents. 3 once the shin bet identified uri blau as the receipient of 2,000 military documents, he fled the country. to this day he has refused to return the documents. 4 journalists do not have the right to receive illegally military secrets, especially those marked top secret. although freedom of the press is essential for a functioning democracy, national security is essential for the survival of the nation. 5 no one, with the exception of those involved with this case, knows what is in those thousands of documents retained by blau. hence no one can judge the matter impartially.
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