Mordechai Vanunu: Beyond Nuclear
Beyond Nuclear: And My Life as a Muckraker 2005-2010: Mordechai Vanunu's FREEDOM of SPEECH Trial
In 1985, Mordechai Vanunu shot two rolls of film that exposed Israel's clandestine seven story underground Weapons of Mass Destruction Facility in the Negev.
Vanunu was released from 18 years in Ashkelon prison on April 21, 2004 under draconian restrictions that denied him the right to freedom of speech and to leave Israel.
American author and human rights activist, Eileen Fleming became a reporter after she met Vanunu in June 2005, during her first of seven trips to Israel Palestine.
When Vanunu's historic and under-reported Freedom of Speech Trial began on January 25, 2006, she became a 21st century muckraker.
Eileen Fleming is the founder of WeAreWideAwake.org, a feature correspondent for Arabisto.com and staff member of Salem-News.com. She is the author of KEEP HOPE ALIVE and MEMOIRS of a Nice Irish-American 'Girl's Life in Occupied Territory.