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Mordechai Vanunu (L), former Israeli technician at Dimona nuclear plant, works on a laptop computer with an unidentified man at the high court in Jerusaslem 11 July 2004. Vanunu, who blew the whistle on the inner workings of Dimona in 1986 and exposed Israel's nuclear secrets, appealed to the court to lift the restrictions the state put on him, demanding to leave the country since in his opinion he dosen't pose a threat to it any more. AFP PHOTO/ EITAN ABRAMOVICH (Photo credit should read EITAN ABRAMOVICH/AFP/Getty Images)

Mordechai Vanunu (L), former Israeli technician at Dimona nuclear plant, works on a laptop computer with an unidentified man at the high court in Jerusaslem 11 July 2004. Vanunu, who blew the whistle on the inner workings of Dimona in 1986 and exposed Israel's nuclear secrets, appealed to the court to lift the restrictions the state put on him, demanding to leave the country since in his opinion he dosen't pose a threat to it any more. AFP PHOTO/ EITAN ABRAMOVICH        (Photo credit should read EITAN ABRAMOVICH/AFP/Getty Images)