April 14, 2012

Why Does America Hold Jonathan Pollard?

Israel Kasnett, Jerusalem Post

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Years ago, Jonathan Pollard’s father, Morris, stood at the front of my high-school classroom in South Bend, Indiana, the place of Jonathan’s childhood, and began his presentation by saying, “My name is Morris Pollard and I’m biased.”

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