Opinion 'The Atmosphere Was Tense': Inside the First Briefings About Syria’s Secret North Korean Nuclear Reactor

Israel’s then-defense minister: Mossad head Meir Dagan’s approach won out: Israel’s security cannot be delegated to any external actor, not even the U.S. We had to destroy the Syrian reactor – and try to avoid an escalation to war with Assad

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I remember well the urgent request for a meeting. It came from the head of the Mossad, the late Meir Dagan, in early March 2006.