Evidence: Israeli Documents
- Report of the One-Man (Colonel Ram Ron) Inquiry CommissionAfter the attack, the Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces appointed Colonel Ram Ron as a one-man Inquiry Commission. The common name of his 16 June 1967 report to the Chief of Staff is the Ram Ron Report. It is available as a textual copy or as a scanned original (PDF) that has suffered endless copying.
- Indictments by the Israeli Military Advocate GeneralThe June 1967 indictments of the Military Advocate General have never been released nor revealed to the public. However, the indictments have been referenced in other documents, giving us a glimpse of their contents. We have made available the charges (HTML) of the Military Advocate General as written in the 1981 History by the U.S. National Security Agency.
- Decision of Sgan-Aluf Y. Yerushalmi, Examining JudgeThe Israeli Military Advocate General, after considering indictments of negligence, had his complaint examined by an Examining Judge, who, after reviewing witnesses and evidence, ordered this decision on 21 July 1967. The common name of this decision is the Yerushalmi Report, though it is more accurately described as the Yerushalmi Decision. It is available as a textual copy (HTML) or as a scanned original (PDF) that has suffered endless copying.
- Israel Defense Forces History Report of 1982: "Attack on the Liberty Incident"This document is self-styled to be the official Israeli version of the facts. It was written in 1982, primarily in response to the publication of Assault on the Liberty in 1979. Its common name is the 1982 IDF History Report, sometimes shortened to IDFHR. It is available as a textual copy (HTML) or as a scanned original (PDF) that has suffered endless copying.