When Tareq Abu Hamad held the post of acting chief scientist of the State of Israel, he was scheduled to take part in a meeting at the Soreq Nuclear Research Center, south of Tel Aviv. “I got to the reactor and they said that we would actually meet outside instead of inside. It was obvious to me that it was only because I was there,” he says, but quickly makes it clear that “in the end I went in. I think I may be the first Arab to ever enter” the center, whose work is related to civilian, not military, purposes.
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