Archive for the 'Jonathan Pollard' Category

  1. Pollard’s 10,000 days

    Friday, May 24th, 2013

    That the US has been monstrously unfair to Pollard is perhaps best understood when compared to the same sentence received by Aldrich Ames, an American, who was also charged with spying for the Soviet Union.

  2. Pollard Betrayed

    Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

    Your truly excellent editorial (“The buck stops here”, Mar.21, 2013) in support of Israel’s favorite cause – calling for the release of Jonathon Pollard, was certainly well timed. Our hapless spy has now been in solitary confinement for nearly 10,000 days.

    I stand ashamed that my friends betrayed

  3. I Support Jerusalem Post’s
    Call For Pollard’s Release

    Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

    Your truly excellent editorial (“The buck stops here”, Mar.21) in support of Israel’s favorite cause – calling for the release of Jonathon Pollard, was certainly well timed. Our hapless spy has now been in solitary confinement for nearly 10,000 days.

  4. Pressure mounting on Obama to free Pollard

    Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

    “The pressure is mounting on President Barack Obama to free Jonathan Jay Pollard, the American convicted of spying for Israel.”<

  5. Pollard. Contrasts in punishment to Israeli, American and Russian spies

    Thursday, March 8th, 2012

    “This is about Jonathan Pollard . . . Gary Powers, an American pilot who was tasked to spy on the Soviet Union . . . and Yosef Amit, an Israeli who spied for the U.S on Israel. What they did and how they were judged are compared.”

  6. The US Plays Dirty Pool With Jonathan Pollard

    Monday, January 10th, 2011

    “There is something inhuman about the continued solitary confinement of Jonathan Pollard in jail for spying. He has been serving a life sentence in solitary confinement these past 25 years. Pollard has suffered longer than any other US convicted spy even though his 25 year old sin did not hurt America in any serious way – despite Secretary of State Weinberger’s dire warning to the judge that it could and would. It was his personal letter to the judge which resulted in Pollard being sentenced to life. It was a punishment never before inflicted on any spy – even those who caused the death of American spies.”