Oh I'd venture that there's been considerably more than just industrial espionage...just that no one's been 'caught' since Pollard. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 15.07.10 | 07:21 (IDT)

    Israel has a distinct advantage in the U.S., in that it has, IN PLACE, a large indigenous pool of potential recruits spread throughout virtually every element of American defense infrastructure and research and development...AND indigenous organizations, also in place, to act as its agent, and solely on its behalf, which can easily assist in recruitment and cultivation. Meanwhile, Israel keeps up the good buddy act real well...recently even ratting out some idiot who wanted sell it secrets. Of course what doesn't make the news is that he had nothing of value to offer and was already drawing attention when he made his approach, so he was used to the greatest advantage possible...the U.S. was notified of his offer to allay suspicions of Israeli espionage in general. But all of this is not to say that Israel IS spying on the Americans, and most certainly it's NOT to say that they aren't. But it doesn't take any stretch of the imagination...considering the zealous pro-Israel sentiment among many Jewish Americans, not to mention AIPAC's intense meddling in Washington...to figure that the odds are pretty good that it IS.

    from the article: Israel's nuclear program implicated in U.S. investigation
    First published 01:40 15.07.10 | Last updated 01:40 15.07.10
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