Netanyahu Cautions Ministers Against Celebrating Pollard ReleaseBy
Israeli spy to be released from U.S. prison after 30 years
Espionage case has been source of tension in U.S.-Israel ties
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has instructed cabinet ministers to tone down their jubilation over the scheduled release this weekend of Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard after three decades in U.S. jails, as Israel reportedly tries to ease his parole conditions so he can immigrate to the Jewish state.
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