(L-R) Monica Brady, David Steiner and actress Valerie Harper attend the Ninth Annual Golden Trailer Awards at the Orpheum Theater on May 8, 2008 in Los Angeles, California. Steiner was forced to resign as president of AIPAC in 1992 when recorded conversations about his influence in Israeli-US relations were leaked to the press.
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Steve Rosen (L), former Policy Director for the AIPAC, arrives at Federal Court with his attorney Abbe Lowell August 16, 2005 in Alexandria, Virginia. Rosen was scheduled to be arraigned in an espionage case involving allegations of gathering information for Israel from a former Pentagon employee.
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US Congresswoman Betty McCollum speaks at the chamber of the Scottish Parliament during the opening ceremony of the G8 International Parliamentarian's Conference on Development In Africa in 2005 in Edinburgh, Scotland. McCollum demanded an apology from AIPAC over their comments about her views on terrorism in Palestine.
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Rep. Jim Moran speaks at The Humane Society of the United States rally to promote animal protection legislation at Capitol Hill July 27, 2009 in Washington, DC. Moran denounced AIPAC in an interview with Tikkun magazine, sparking outrage from some of his fellow congressmen.
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US President Barack Obama waves with Lee Rosenberg, president of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) after speaking at their annual conference in Washington DC, March 4, 2012. Obama reaffirmed his strong backing for key ally Israel on Sunday, warning Iran that he would not hesitate to use force, if required, to stop it developing a nuclear weapon.
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