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December 06, 1985 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-06

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helped Israel undertake pre-
emptive strikes "against PLO
or other potential targets."

Israeli Defense Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin flatly denied
newspaper reports this week
that material provided by Pol-
lard had allowed Israel to
evade U.S. surveillance in the
Meditarranean and had pin-
pointed PLO headquarters in
Tunis for the Oct. 1 Israeli air
raid which destroyed the PLO
headquarters. Rabin called the
report "total nonsense and to-
tally incorrect."

Pollard, who sat totally
silent and without outside
emotion during the two and
one-half hour court hearing on
Nov. 28, received considerable
financial payments from Israel
for his work. But he has also
been portrayed as an ardent
Zionist, who honestly believed
in what he was doing. His
Israeli "handlers" — the term
used by FBI agent Nolt-
kamper — no doubt also
thought they were doing a
wonderful service for Israel.
But any short-term benefits
that may have been achieved

during the 18 month operation
have clearly been more than
lost by the current flap.
Pollard was described by a
friend as "a committed Zion-

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what might otherwise have
been an outlandish series of
claims quite convincing."
One such claim, Pear re-
ported, was that he was a col-
onel in the Israel Defense
Force and that he had worked
for Mossad.
Pear wrote that "Mr. Pol-
lard's acquaintances said that
he was Jewish, but they said
they did not know the nature
of his religious beliefs or prac-
tices. In Washington, an of-
ficial of an American Jewish
organization said he had ap-
proached by Mr. Pollard two
years ago" with a warning

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"that the American intel-
ligence community was listen-

ing in on the organization,"
Pear reported, noting that the
official spoke on condition
neither he nor his organization
would be identified.
Pollard, born in Galveston,
Texas in 1954, is the son of
Morris Pollard, a former pro-
fessor of microbiology at Notre
Dame University and now
director of its Lobund Lab-
oratory which does scientific
research on animals. Accord-
ing to the Times, he accom-
panied his father on a visit to
the Weizmann Institute of
'Science in •I‘srael.' - -

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politics," the New York Times
reported.
Times reporter Robert Pear
interviewed Jonathan Mar-
shall who was in Pollard's 1976
graduating class at Stanford
University and is now editorial
page editor of the Oakland,
California Tribune. Marshall
was quoted as saying Pollard

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