Watch: Bereaved families protest prisoner release in Jerusalem

Around 150 people, including families of terror victims, marched through the streets of Jerusalem protesting the release of Palestinian prisoners.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 2, 2014 20:50
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Bereaved families protest. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)

 
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Video by Eli Mandelbaum

Bereaved families of terror attack victims protested Wednesday night in Jerusalem against Israeli-American spy Jonathan Pollard's release as part of a deal to encourage Israel to release Palestinian prisoners and extend peace talk.

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Members of the Almagor Terror Victims Organization, around 150 people, marched outside the US Consulate in Jerusalem in opposition of America's possible release of Pollard, who has served nearly 30 years in a US prison for spying for Israel.

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