1. What kind of information did those "others" provide to our allies?
2. Israel is not an "ally" of the United States in any formal (i.e., legal) sense of the word.
Here are some examples:
|S. Baba||South Africa||5 months||1982|
|S. Scranage||Guyana||8 months||1986-87|
|S. Morrison||Great Britain||3 months||1985-86|
|T. Dole||South Africa||5 years||1989-94|
|A. Helmy||Egypt||2 years||1992-94|
|M. Schwartz||Saudi Arabia||no time;
discharged from the
Navy without pension
Israel is not an "ally" of the United States in any formal (i.e., legal) sense of the word.
They aren't members of Nato, true. However, they're friendlies. In order to be guilty of the actual crime of "treason", you must be spying for an enemy nation in a time of war. Israel not only isn't an enemy nation, it isn't even a hostile nation.
BTW, you must really think Bush is an idiot: there he goes again, calling Israel an ally and making you sound like a liar.