Reporter at Center of Anat Kamm Affair Returns To Israel

By Haaretz Service

Published October 24, 2010.
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Haaretz reporter Uri Blau returned to Israel on Sunday for the first time since a former Israel Defense Forces soldier was indicted for passing on to him classified documents allegedly taken from the army.

The former soldier, Anat Kamm, stands accused of collecting some 2,000 highly classified and top-secret documents during her military service as clerk in the office of then-GOC Central Command, Maj. Gen. Yair Naveh.

According to the indictment, she allegedly copied the documents to CDs and her personal computer. She later delivered them to Blau, who used them as a basis for reports in November 2008.

[Read more at haaretz.com](http://www.haaretz.com/news/national/haaretz-reporter-uri-blau-returns-to-israel-in-deal-with-shin-bet-1.3209600






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