Kamm, who spent over two years in prison, writes about her experiences for the first time.
Former Israeli soldier who leaked classified documents gives first interview after spending two years in prison.
Good behavior earns ex-Israeli soldier, who leaked confidential files to Haaretz, early release.
Former Israeli soldier who sneaked classified documents to Haaretz to be released in 10 days, instead of in May 2015.
Whistle-blowers are still regarded as traitors, but the real traitors are those who were responsible for the acts they exposed.
Attorneys for Haaretz stated: 'We have received the letter. It seems the claims [in the letter] have no real basis.'
Kamm, who was sentenced to four-and-a-half-years in prison after she handed over classified military documents to Haaretz, says she did not intend to endanger state security.
Kamm is serving a four and a half year prison sentence for stealing classified documents and giving them to Haaretz journalist Uri Blau.
Uri Blau was convicted of holding secret information, which he received from Anat Kamm in 2008.
Anat Kamm was originally charged with espionage for collecting documents from the IDF and handing them writer Uri Blau in Israeli 'wikileaks' scandal; her final conviction was reached in a plea bargain.