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September 22, 1995 - Image 205

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-22

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The Entire Staff Of
Extend Best Wishes To
The Entire Community
For A Happy, Healthy
New Year!

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finds dated back to the Second
and even the First Temple peri-
od. One of the most exciting is the
Israelite Tower, where the de-
fenders of Jerusalem fought a los-
ing battle against the armies of
Nebuchadnezzar in 586 BCE.
As we look forward to the
Third Millennium festivities in
1996, Israelis remember the day
Mayor Teddy Kollek ordered the
walls dividing the city taken
down, a few days after the end of
the Six-Day War. In a rare emo-
tional moment, it seemed as if the
whole population of the city —
Jews, Christians and Arabs alike
— was on the move, eager to see
the other side.
That extraordinary day was
not marred by a single security
incident, despite the huge crowds
and the biggest traffic jam in the
city's history.

Israel Rejects
Pollard Request

Jerusalem (JTA) — Israel has re-
jected a request to grant citizen-
ship to Jonathan Pollard, who is
serving a life sentence in the
United States for spying for Is-
Interior Minister Ehud Barak
said in a letter to Mr. Pollard's
attorney, Mordecai Ofry, that he
had denied the request after
studying the petition of Mr. Pol-
lard's wife, Esther, and after hold-
ing a series of consultations on
the matter.
Esther Pollard had based her
petition on a clause in Section 2
of Israel's 1952 Citizenship Law.
The law grants state protec-
tion to people who want to im-
migrate to Israel, but whose effort
to do so, or whose identification
with Israel, is forbidden in their
countries of origin.
In the past, Israel applied the
law to immigration activists and
Prisoners of Zion in the former
Soviet Union.
But Mr. Barak said the cir-
cumstances of Mr. Pollard's case
were not consistent with the tra-
ditional use of the law.
Mr. Pollard's lawyer said Mr.
Barak had used a legal loophole
to get around granting citizen-
He added that Israel was
shirking what he described as its
legal and moral responsibility in
the case.
Mr. Pollard was an American
civilian intelligence analyst for
the U.S. Navy when he was ar-
rested in November 1985 outside
the Israeli Embassy in Wash-
ington by FBI agents who had
him and his first wife, Anne, un-
der surveillance. Mr. Pollard lat-
er pleaded guilty to spying on
behalf of Israel and was sen-
tenced in 1987 to life in prison.
He will first be eligible for pa-

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