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The best news to come out:Ex-AIPAC official threatens to uncover mass spying at Israe

Discussion in 'Middle Eastern Politics' started by marcellus, Nov 23, 2010.

  1. marcellus

    marcellus Well-Known Member

    Nov 21, 2010
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    The best news to come out:Its about time
    the cat comes out of the bag.
    Usa should chase the jewish spies from USA.

    Ex-AIPAC official threatens to uncover mass spying at Israel lobby
    The Raw Story 22 Novembre 2010
    StampaE-mail Text sizeTop AIPAC officials visited prostitutes, regularly watched porn at work: claim
    Is US's most influential advocate for Israel about to implode?

    A former foreign policy chief for the largest Israeli lobby in the US is threatening to provide evidence members of the organization regularly trafficked in classified US government information.

    The claim comes in the midst of an increasingly ugly lawsuit in which parties have alleged or admitted to mass viewing of pornography among senior staffers at AIPAC as well as extra-marital affairs.

    Steve Rosen, who was in charge of foreign policy issues at AIPAC until 2005, is suing his former employer for $20 million, alleging that AIPAC defamed him when they fired him. Rosen and colleague Keith Weissman were charged in 2004 with espionage for allegedly pressuring a Washington Post reporter into running classified US government information they had obtained about Iran. The charges were dropped last year, evidently due to lack of evidence.

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