Details have emerged from the highly-clbadified Israeli intelligence revealed by Donald Trump to Russian officials earlier this year.
The US President's decision to spill the information during a meeting with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was described as having brought Israeli spies '"Worst fears" to life.
Israel and the US have a close intelligence-sharing relationship but spies from the Middle Eastern nation had previously been warned not to share sensitive details with the Trump White House, according to reports in Israeli media
During his meeting with Mr Lavrov and the Russian ambbadador Sergei Kislyak, Mr Trump is said to have revealed the details of the covert Israeli operation that exposed Isis' plans to create new laptop bombs and smuggle them aboard commercial airliners.
US reporters were barred from the meeting and the only images that were documented were taken by Russia's TASS news agency.
Two experts on Israeli intelligence told Vanity Fair the anti-Isis mission took place last winter, the magazine claimed
Two helicopters flew a team of commandos and Mossad operatives deep into Syria to gain information on a reported new Isis
They landed some thousands from their target and proceeded in vehicles with Syrian Army markings before bugging the Isis cell and getting back out, Vanity Fair reported.
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Unit 8200, Israel's signals intelligence corps, monitored the broadcasts from the bugs for several days before striking gold – an Isis soldier explaining how to create a bomb from a laptop that would fool airport security.
Israel quickly shared the details with the US, Vanity Fair said. A widespread ban on carrying laptops on plans was announced to travelers in March this year.
Mr Trump also said his Russian guests in the specific city in northern Syria that had been targeted, but not the nation that carried out the mission, the magazine reported
Israel was later named as the source of the intelligence in US media reports
At the time, US National Security Adviser HR McMaster said the President "was not even aware of this information came from" and " was not briefed on the sources and methods. "
" At no time were intelligence sources or methods discussed, "he said. "The President did not disclose any military operations that were not already publicly known … I was in the room. It did not happen. "
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Mr Trump later said he had the" absolute right "to share the intelligence.
One Israeli official, however, told Buzzfeed News: "We have an arrangement with America which is unique to the world of intelligence sharing. We do not have this relationship with any other country.
"To know that intelligence is shared with others, without our prior knowledge? That is, for us, our worst fears confirmed. "