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December 06, 1985 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 6, 1985

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Washington that the Admin-
istration was now prepared to
resolve the sensitive matters of
questioning the implicated
Israeli diplomats and obtain-
ing the stolen documents in a
more discreet manner.
The Americans again said
that the two Israeli diplomats
who returned to Israel — Ilan
Ravid, a deputy science at-
tache at the Israeli embassy in
Washington, and Yosef Yagur,
the science attache at the con-
sulate in New York — could be
questioned by U.S. Justice
Department officials in Israel,
and thus would not actually
have to return to the United
States.
U.S. officials said Shultz "is
under the impression" that
Israel has already agreed to
such questioning.
The U.S. and Israel, through
diplomatic and legal channels,
are now attempting to work
out the exact ground rules for
any such session. The Israeli
diplomats, presumably, could
refuse to answer any questions
which they felt would en-
danger Israeli national secur-
ity.
The Americans also want all
of the stolen documents re-
turned to Washington as
quickly as possible. The Amer-
icans want a complete record
of the actual intelligence infor-
mation compromised.
The U.S. thus would also ob-
tain additional evidence a-
gainst the Pollards directly
from the Israelis with whom he
alleged worked. This evidence
could subsequently be pre-
sented in court.
An FBI agent last week told
a preliminary bail hearing in
Washington that the Pollards
had already confessed during
initial interrogation.
But the prospect of Israel's
actually cooperating with the
Americans in sending the
Pollards to long jail terms was
making some Israeli officials in
Washington and Jerusalem
uneasy. Jonathan Jay Pollard
may have made the initial ap-
proach in volunteering his ser-
vices to Israel, they said, but
he was later encouraged by his
Israeli contacts to get more
deeply involved.
The FBI says he confessed
to being paid $2,500 a month
in cash for his services over an
18 month period.
But Pollard, these Israeli of-
ficials said, originally had
acted out of ideological com-
mitment to Israel, where he
had once worked on a kibbutz
and studied at the Weizmann
Institute of Science as a high
school exchange student. He
was an ardent Zionist and a
Jew.
"Surely," one Israeli official
said, "those Israelis who used
him should bear a heavy dose
of responsibility for getting
him and his wife into so much
trouble." The Pollards have

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