from William Hughes
"On July 7, 2010, at “The Spy Museum,” in Washington, D.C., the IRmep sponsored a panel discussion. It was titled: “Israel’s Nuclear Arsenal: Espionage, Opacity and Future.” Human Rights activist Jeffrey Blankfort, a Middle East analyst and radio show host, served as the moderator of the event. He claimed that he was a “espionage target” of a branch of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) located in California back in the early 90s. Mr. Blankfort said he was successful in his lawsuit with respect to this purported violation of his rights. See: http://www.counterpunch.org/adlspying2.html and http://impactvoters.com/html/adl_spying.html
Mr. Blankfort also bought the audience up to date on the satus of Mordechai Vanunu. He also charged that the House Speaker, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), regularly carries with her the “dog tags” of an Israeli soldier "captured by Hamas."
For background on this forum and its sponsor, The Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy, go to: http://irmep.org/Defaults.asp"
from William Hughes
"On July 7, 2010, at “The Spy Museum,” in Washington, D.C., the IRmep sponsored a panel discussion. It was titled: “Israel’s Nuclear Arsenal: Espionage, Opacity and Future.” One of the speakers was the IRmep’s Director, Grant F. Smith. He is the author of the books, “Spy Trade,” “America’s Defense Line” and “Foreign Agents.” Smith underscored in his remarks that President John F. Kennedy tried to stop Israel from developing nuclear weapons. And, that his brother, Robert F. Kennedy, the then-U. S. Attorney General, had “ordered” a then-leading Israeli front group in this country “to register as a foreign agent.” For background on this event and its sponsor, The Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy, go to: http://irmep.org/Defaults.asp (29 minutes, 04 seconds)"
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