Mordechai Vanunu, the nuclear whistleblower who spilled secrets about the inner workings of Israel’s Dimona plant in 1986, has been charged with violating the terms of his release. The order was served at the Jerusalem magistrate’s court. The charges include meeting two US nationals in East Jerusalem without taking permission and moving to another flat in the same building and not informing the police about it. The order also cites an interview he gave to Channel 2 TV in 2015 in which he revealed “classified information that was cut out by the censors”.
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