Pollard's wait not over: Fight to bring him to Israel will outlast his release

Kampeas, Ron
July 2015
Jewish Telegraphic Agency: 1922 to present;7/29/2015, p1
WASHINGTON (JTA) -- President Barack Obama will not alter the terms of Jonathan Pollard's parole once he is released, a signal that Israel's struggle to bring him to the country whose citizenship he has assumed will outlast his November release date.


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