Yadlin: I dealt with two enemy nuclear programs

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November 2, 2010 15:36

 
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Outgoing Head of Military Intelligence General Amos Yadlin made his final appearance in front of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee on Tuesday, saying that he has seen "three defense ministers, two general chiefs of staff and two prime ministers, gone through two wars and dealt with two nuclear programs in enemy countries." The last comment, apparently making reference to a Syrian nuclear program.

"I stood in front of a group of thousands of people who work 24 hours a day to gather information that the enemy does not volunteer, information that is needs to be extracted from difficult places in order to be processed, to investigate and prepare analyses so that I may pass them on" to those who rely on them, Yadlin told the committee.

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