April 3, 2014

A History of the Jonathan Pollard Fiasco

Mitch Ginsburg, Times of Israel

The Associated Press

Whatever becomes of him in the current twists and turns, Jonathan Jay Pollard was ill served throughout by his Israeli handlers.

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