The Yom Kippur War is a magnet that attracts conspiracy theorists. Aviram Barkai studied most of them, if not all of them. Among the multitude of theories, is there one that deserves more attention than others? It turns out that it is. The most colorful, the most infuriating, the most outrageous conspiracy theory is marketed by Dr. Uri Milstein and his team. And they have quite a few followers. Summary of the conspiracy_ Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (on behalf of the United States), President Anwar Sadat (on behalf of Egypt) and Defense Minister Moshe Dayan (on behalf of Israel) concocted a secret plot. The goal_ finding the way to bring peace between Israel and Egypt and breaking the long-standing alliance between Egypt and the Russian bear. The main obstacle_ the national honor of Egypt which was shattered into pieces in four days in June 1967; The recognition that Egypt will not sit down at the negotiating table until her honor sits down. The method_ Israel will allow Sadat's forces to restore their dignity through a small victory. The measure_ the Minister of Defense and the Israeli side in the conspiracy, Moshe Dayan, will delay the mobilization of the reserves, prevent a "preemptive strike" and make the IDF fight "weakly". truth or fiction? Conspiracy or history? Barkai has no doubt. As in his previous bestsellers_ on braking, in the name of heaven, we are on the black, even in an act that did not weave Barkai except for the detail. With an extraordinary dramatic sense and research rigor, he refutes the conspiracy theory. More importantly, it provides readers with a true picture of the decision-making processes that preceded the Yom Kippur War and sheds light on unknown corners of Israel's military and political history. In an act that did not take place, Barkai recounts the act that took place.