Is it really in our best interest to poke the bear?
From nadir to reaching new heights
Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
A number of previous opportunities to release Pollard were passed up.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, the son of an Israeli, took credit for convincing President Bill Clinton not to release from prison Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard.
Pollard was paroled from prison in November 2015, after serving 30 years of a life sentence for spying for an ally. Former spy says "I just want to go home.'
Could Pollard be Trump's ticket to redemption in the eyes of the Israeli right?
Perhaps he won’t move the US Embassy, but there is one thing he could do to heal his impression on Israelis.
Current conditions require Pollard to wear a GPS monitoring device that forces him to violate the Sabbath.