In Part I of my interview with Keith Weissman, the former American Israel Public Affairs Committee official, he spoke of his background, how he joined AIPAC, and how AIPAC worked in the 1990s and early 2000s to isolate and embargo Iran.

In Part II, Weissman—who is speaking out for the first time, in depth, since he and a colleague, Steve Rosen, were indicted on espionage-related charges—talks about the battle inside AIPAC over regime change in Iran, and about the FBI and Justice Department charges against him.

Both parts appear at TehranBureau, one of the very best sites for news and analysis about Iran. You can read both Part I and Part II.

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