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When President Obama lands here on Wednesday, he may encounter some Israelis staging a hunger strike in support of Jonathan Jay Pollard , the American serving a life term in a North Carolina prison for spying for Israel. Karl Deblaker/Associated
President Shimon Peres of Israel said on Tuesday that he would lead an effort during President Obama 's coming visit to press for the release of the convicted spy Jonathan Pollard, ending one of the most painful episodes between the two allies. Mr.
Courtesy The striking new CIA disclosures that my husband, Jonathan Pollard, did not transmit information about the United States to Israel reaffirms that there is no justification for his continued incarceration after 28 years in prison.
In a damning assessment of the failed Director-General's abilities, the chairman of the BBC Trust also admitted: 'With the benefit of hindsight, we chose the wrong one'. Mr Entwistle only lasted 54 days in the job and was hammered in yesterday's
Courtesy J4JP The newly declassified 1987 CIA damage assessment bolsters official calls for the immediate release of Jonathan Pollard. While portions of the CIA document remain redacted, the disclosures officially confirm that Pollard spied for
England Sunday was the last clothing-optional day of the season at Abbey House Gardens in this ancient Wiltshire village, and a cold and torrential rain had confounded many visitors' clothes-free plans. Lynsey Addario for The New York Times About 600
The committee said Clinton's remarks stunned her Israeli hosts and marred the warm reception she had received from the Israeli public. A committee spokesperson noted that Clinton did not offer any explanation as to why the US would want to keep the
Eliot Lauer and Jacques Semmelman, partners at the law firm of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP, represent Jonathan Pollard. (CNN) -- As pro bono lawyers for Jonathan Pollard for 12 years, we continue to be amazed at how people opposed to
But while Pollard's 27th year in federal prison continues, so do calls for his release. While I certainly don't condone what he didno question, he did wrong, and was paid to do itstill, he should not be treated neither more leniently nor worse than
Photographs Divisio On June 19, 1953, Jewish Americans Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed in New York, for conspiring to pass nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union during World War II. Their unprecedented sentence incensed protesters world-wide,