Thursday, August 04, 2005

Spying indictments

Two AIPAC officials were today indicted for spying against the U.S. The Israelis didn't solicit the information, but, "The fact that Rosen and Weissman, as American citizens, handed information to an official representative of a foreign power while knowing it was classified is incriminating under the 1917 Espionage Act, which defines as a crime receipt of classified information for the purpose of helping any foreign entity." It's absurd that AIPAC isn't forced to register as a representative of a foreign country.

In other news on the Israel front, the suicide attacks are now going the other direction.

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