Netanyahu Proposes Settlement Freeze if Spy Freed From US Prison

September 21, 2010


One Response to “Netanyahu Proposes Settlement Freeze if Spy Freed From US Prison”

  1. Stephen Voss on September 26th, 2010 8:47 am

    Take a little time to get familiar with Jonathan Pollard. He himself estimates that the secret US papers he sold, repeat sold, would fill a stack 6 feet x 6 feet x 10 feet. Many of them wound up in the USSR, which at that time targeted nuclear weapons at the US. The online articles by Seymour Hersh mentioned in Wikipedia’s article on Pollard are a good place to begin. They’ll help you see why 6 former Secretaries of Defense — Democrat and Republican — asked Bill Clinton not to pardon him, and why Bill Casey said he’d resign if Pollard were freed. This man may have done more harm to the US than any other spy. It is a reflection of Bibi Netanyahu’s chutzpah that he’s considering Pollard as a bargaining chip. It’s a reflection of the state of mind of some extremist Israelis that they can look on this traitor as a Jewish hero.

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