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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu raised Pollard’s fate with US Vice President Mike Pence in Washington last month.
Pollard is currently appealing a court decision to not ease the parole conditions.
As per the terms of his parole, Pollard has to check in regularly with a parole officer for a year and can be returned to prison for poor behavior.
The conditions of Pollard's parole have not yet been released but they are expected to include a ban on him leaving the US for five years and he is to be forbidden from giving interviews.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
David Mandel had hoped that by the time he arrived in Washington, he would hear good news regarding the three boys and Pollard.
Despite a decades-long campaign to achieve his freedom, Pollard has not been living in freedom for the past year, but rather on parole terms that make a mockery of the word.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Did it not occur to anyone in the police that there was some possibility that he would repeat his crime?
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
On November 21, 1985, I was a 14-year-old ninth-grader living in Silver Spring, Maryland, just 30 minutes from the Israel Embassy.
By DOV LIPMAN
In typical fashion, no sooner was the release of American spy for Israel Jonathan Pollard announced than the knives were unsheathed to cut into the euphoria.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
'Jerusalem Post' columnist Gershon Baskin has long sought applause for his role in the Schalit negotiations, ignoring the inevitable deadly ramifications.
By Jerusalem Post Readers
Greeted by his wife Ester, the couple were en route to Manhattan to enjoy their first Shabbat dinner together outside of a government facility, according to Pollard's lawyer.
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