Israel airs nuclear site footage
An Israeli television station has for the first time aired footage of an Israeli nuclear reactor used for military and espionage purposes, Press TV reported.
On Saturday, Israel's Channel 2 aired footage of the facility, which is situated in the region of Galilee in the north of Israel, the Palestinian Ma'an news agency reported on Sunday.
The outlet's Roni Daniel said the reactor was geared to provide both civilian and military services.
He also said he was not at liberty to reveal details about its performance.
"This reactor's role is to monitor nuclear experiments and activities taking place underground in the world," said a female expert working at the facility.
Former US President Jimmy Carter says Israel has a nuclear arsenal that includes between 200 and 300 warheads. Decades of recurrent reporting and aerial footage have also established the possession of atomic arms by Israel.
Tel Aviv neither confirms nor denies having the weapons, while refusing to join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).