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Seymour Hersh on Israel's 'Strike in the Dark'

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Seymour Hersh on Israel's 'Strike in the Dark'

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Seymour Hersh on Israel's 'Strike in the Dark'

Seymour Hersh on Israel's 'Strike in the Dark'

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In Sept. 2007, Israel bombed an alleged nuclear facility in Syria. Months after the attack, there remains much speculation about the facts and the motivations behind the raid. New Yorker staff writer Seymour Hersh spent months investigating the bombing. He discusses his article, "A Strike in the Dark: What did Israel bomb in Syria?"

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