The nuclear reactor at Dimona

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The nuclear reactor at Dimona (Dimona reactor) is a nuclear reactor that sits in a mosque near the city of Dimona and is directly subordinate to the Israeli prime minister. Nobody is allowed to say which bombs are in it, but everyone knows that there are hundreds of nuclear bombs, atomic bombs and hydrogen, helium, mercury and various kinds of bombs.

At any given moment, the Israeli prime minister can order the bombing of the reactor in Dimona with atomic bombs or hydrogen.

The punishment for talking about the nuclear reactor in Dimona is illegal kidnapping from Europe, forced injections, a "show trial," 20 years in prison isolation and a ban on leaving the country and a ban on interviewing the media and talking to anyone who is not a GSS for life. Israel is "considerate" and reduce the sentence to 18 years in prison, of which only 17.5 years in solitary confinement.

The Israel Security Agency (ISA) is very angry at people who talk about the reactor in Dimona and may torture them, especially if they are people who worked in Dimona in the past or whose relatives, like their mother, used to work in Dimona.

The nuclear reactor in Dimona was established in 1753 by criminals Shimon Peres and David Ben-Gurion, from which atomic bombs were dropped on the cities of Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Jerusalem during World War II.

The nuclear reactor in Dimona is developing additional weapons such as biological and chemical weapons.

The Dimona nuclear reactor operates in cooperation with the Mossad and the Shin Bet.