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When President Kennedy Pressed Israel About Its Secretive Nuclear Program by National Security Archive / George Washington University

On July 5, 1963, President John F. Kennedy sent the new Prime Minister of Israel Levi Eshkol a three page letter … Kennedy told Eshkol that the American commitment and support of Israel ‘could be seriously jeopardized’ if Israel did not let the United States obtain ‘reliable information’ about Israel’s efforts in the nuclear field. In the letter Kennedy presented specific demands on how the American inspection visits to Dimona should be executed. Since the United States had not been involved in the building of Dimona and no international law or agreement had been violated, Kennedy demands were indeed unprecedented. They amounted, in effect, to American ultimatum.
https://nsarchive2.gwu.edu/israel/documents/exchange

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