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Tag Archives: Jonathan Pollard
“Israelis celebrated the Pollards’ arrival. In contrast, American Jews bristled both at the news and the happiness with which Israelis greeted them”
ISRAEL HAYOM (by agreement with JNS) Pollard and the great Jewish divide by Caroline B. Glick January 1, 2021 The rift between Israeli and American Jews is palpable almost everywhere you turn today. The most glaring disparity surrounds how they … Continue reading
“Pollard and his wife, Esther, will live in Jerusalem. A source close to the family said the former spy will not enter politics”
JERUSALEM POST Jonathan Pollard: Former Jewish spy lands in Israel 35 years after arrest by Gil Hoffman December 30, 2020 Israeli agent Jonathan Pollard made aliyah (immigrated) early Wednesday morning, landing in Israel 35 years after he was sentenced to … Continue reading
JERUSALEM POST Olmert: Don’t let Pollard make aliyah by Gil Hoffman November 22, 2020 Former prime minister Ehud Olmert criticized former agent Jonathan Pollard on Sunday, saying he should not be welcomed in Israel. Interviewed by Jerusalem Post editor-in-chief Yaakov … Continue reading
“On Friday, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that Pollard had completed his parole and was free to go”
NEW YORK POST Convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard is free after completing parole by Jorge Fitz-Gibbon November 20, 2020 Convicted spy Jonathan Pollard, a former US Navy analyst who sold government secrets to Israel, has completed parole and is now … Continue reading
YNET Pollard lawyers appeal ‘illegal’ terms of release by Yitzhak Benhorin and Itamar Eichner November 21, 2015 Mere hours after his release on Friday, Jonathan Pollard’s lawyers appealed what they termed illegal restrictions placed on the Israeli spy, including an … Continue reading
ARUTZ SHEVA by Phyllis Chesler July 29, 2015 And so, at long last, after thirty years, seven of which he spent in solitary confinement—the most barbaric of punishments—Jonathan Pollard will be pardoned and may live to breathe the air of freedom. I … Continue reading
COMMENTARY by Max Boot July 28, 2015 Unlike many Israelis and American Jews, I have never found myself in the Jonathan Pollard rooting section. He was a traitor and a spy and he got what was coming to him, even … Continue reading
ISRAEL HAYOM by Yori Yalon and Staff November 21, 2014 In letter to President Obama, eight former senior officials protest “unjust denial of parole,” criticize the “deeply flawed” parole process • It is “patently false” that Pollard’s crime “was greatest … Continue reading