Naama Issachar

Naama Issachar, who was arrested by Russia and given seven-and-a-half years in prison.
Naama Issachar and others: Problem solving through hostage taking?

"Reading the headlines these last few days, one could be excused for thinking that the world has suddenly stepped back into the middle ages where one state snags the citizens of another."

31/10/2019
Mother of Naama Issachar in Russian jail denied visit

Issachar’s mother Yafa arrived at the prison Tuesday morning but was told that a visit to Naama last week by the Israeli consul had come at the expense of a visit by her mother.

Benjamin Netanyahu meets with Na'ama Issachar's mother

"I'm making a daily effort to bring her back," Prime Minister Benjamin Ntanyahu said.

By MAARIV ONLINE
28/10/2019
Naama Issachar, who was arrested by Russia and given seven-and-a-half years in prison.
Naama Issachar doing yoga, learning Russian in prison - Russian media

According to the report from RT, Naama told human rights activists that visited her that she has no complaints over food or medical care, but did ask to see a rabbi.

By IDAN ZONSHINE
24/10/2019
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Boc
Netanyahu asks Putin personally for Naama Issachar pardon

Putin calls PM to wish him 'Happy Birthday,' discusses Syria day before meeting Erdogan in Sochi

22/10/2019
Naama’s mother to Putin: Please send my daughter home

‘Someone close to Trump knows the story, but has not responded,’ mother of imprisoned Israeli-American tells ‘Post’

Hacker
A Russian hacker and an Israeli cannabis possessor - Analysis

Although it seems that Israel will not turn Burkov over to Russia in a trade for Issachar, Russia has reasons to think such hard ball might work.

Naama Issachar, who was arrested by Russia and given seven-and-a-half years in prison.
Russian hacker moved to different holding cell to ensure his safety

Russia offered to free Na’ama Issachar in exchange for the hacker, but Israel declined the offer.

Putin reportedly considering pardoning Na'ama Issachar

Na’ama Issachar was sentenced to 7.5 years in prison for possessing cannabis

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November 6, 2019: Feigning righteousness

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