...behind this (if there was any, of course)--but it occurs to me that if the former Israeli government was NOT the official motivator of Mr. Pollard's activities, then the current Israeli government could arguably make a case (should it choose to do so) that any "moral obligation" on the government's part to secure his release--was thereby significantly reduced (or even eliminated)--should they choose to do so, that is.
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Sudan summons U.S. envoy over Darfur sanctions draft resolution (Reuters)
from the article: Netanyahu: Pollard was an Israeli spy, Oren must clarify remarks