THE WEBSITE ARCHIVES
Winter/Spring 2005 New charges are leveled; new peace prizes awarded.
Summer/Fall 2004 Restrictions are renewed; Vanunu is re-arrested but not sent back to prison
Spring 2004 Mordechai is out of prison, but not free yet.
2003/April 2004 Mordechai is released from prison!
Spring/Summer 2003 days to go: One hundred and eighty-eight.
2002 days to go: Four hundred and forty-nine.
2001 days to go: Eight hundred and eighty-four.
Fall/Winter 2000 days to go: One thousand two hundred and thirty-eight.
Spring/Summer 2000 Chalk one up for Mordechai Vanunu! And let's chalk one up, too, for you, me, and the thousands of others who helped win a big one for this political prisoner-of-conscience. ...The banging of the speaker's gavel in Israel's highest legislative body in February marked the first time in the history of the Jewish State that the Knesset had permitted open discussion of Israel's secret nuclear weapons program.
Trial Transcripts ...On November 24 1999, portions of the 1988 trial transcript finally became public, due to a petition filed by one of Israel's largest-selling daily newspapers. ...These articles touched off a furor in Israel, and finally sparked a public debate about Israel's policy of nuclear secrecy.
1999 and earlier Mordechai Vanunu is in Ashkelon Prison in Israel, serving an 18-year sentence for informing the public about Israel's secret nuclear weapons program.