If Tel Aviv Burns: What a Nuclear Attack Would Look Like

March 2015
Israel Faxx;3/16/2015, Vol. 23 Issue 57W, p4
The article focuses on a model presented by nuclear expert Moti Ofek depicting a kind of nuclear attack that would destroy the city of Tel Aviv in Israel. During a special seminar in Tel Aviv, Ofek discussed the kind of war that would erupt resulting to tens of thousands of deaths. Hamas' plan to use its Gaza-developed drone is mentioned.


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