Wednesday, September 28, 2016 Elul 25, 5776
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JTA
Now released, Jonathan Pollard will for the first time be able to enjoy a 21st-century indulgence so many others take for granted: surfing the Internet (and without prior permission).
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JTA
The sanctuary of the Boston-area synagogue was filled to capacity, with an estimated 1,000 mourners hearing about the “great life” of Ezra Schwartz.
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JTA
The New England Patriots will have a moment of silence in honor of slain American yeshiva student Ezra Schwartz prior to their “Monday Night Football” game against the Buffalo Bills.
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JTA
Jonathan Pollard was released on parole early Friday after serving 30 years of a life sentence for passing classified documents to Israel.
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JTA
The Justice Department published the terms of parole for Pollard, the spy for Israel sentenced to life in 1987. He will be released on Friday.
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