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Tag Archives: Jonathan Pollard
On Friday we were greeted with the very good news that Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard was finally released after 30 years languishing in prison on espionage charges that would have entailed at maximum a 10 year sentence for any other … Continue reading
US Secretary of State John Kerry last week engaged in a disgraceful piece of Jew-baiting when he expressed “concern” – which was in fact a not-so-veiled threat – that Israel could be blamed if Congress rejects the Iran deal”: US … Continue reading
Not only the British are masters at perfidy. The Americans have matched British treachery in their outrageous treatment of Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard who is now entering his 30th year of imprisonment, and who just had his request for parole … Continue reading
The last 24-48 hours have been like a crazy roller-coaster ride for Israelis and Middle-East watchers. The Obama-Kerry inspired “peace” talks between Israel and the Palestinians have taken so many turns, upsets, switchbacks and hairpin bends that anyone trying to … Continue reading
Thanks to both Wikileaks and Edward Snowden’s massive leak of NSA secrets, we have now learned about yet another US espionage scandal. The US (and the UK) spied on the offices of Israeli Prime Ministers Ehud Olmert and Binyamin Netanyahu: … Continue reading
Before I deal with the parallels between the two prisoners mentioned in the headline I feel it ought to be pointed out that there is something inordinately topsy-turvy about the American deal with Iran to disarm its nuclear program. (I … Continue reading