US, UK spied on Israel’s drone and missile programs

מתוך מסמכי מבצע "אנרכיסט"

During Operation Anarchist, American and British intelligence agencies broke the encryption on transmissions made by Israel’s UAV fleet, monitored the Arrow project’s Black Sparrow target missile, and were able to breach the security of Israeli military satellites and F16 jets.

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