A newly-leaked document reveals that Israel’s spy agency threatened South Africa with a massive cyber attack, demanding it put an end to the growing anti-Israel campaign across the country. The documents show South Africa’s former finance minister received a cyber threat against the country’s banking and financial sectors from QUOTE unknown sources in 20-12. The hand-delivered letter gave the government only 30 days to crack down on the anti-Israeli campaign known as Boycott Divestment and Sanctions. The leaks also allege that Tel Aviv planned to appropriate African diamonds as well as uranium, thorium and other radioactive elements used to manufacture nuclear fuel. South African operatives accused Tel Aviv of pursing QUOTE destructive policies in the country following the revelations.