Israel mulls deal to extend freeze for Pollard's release'By JPOST.COM STAFF
Sources in the PMO submit deal to US by which Israeli spy would be freed in exchange for 3 month extension of moratorium, Army Radio reportsSenior Israeli officials are considering a deal in which the moratorium on building in West Bank settlements would be extended for three months in exchange for the release of convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard from the United States, Army Radio reported Monday.
According to the report, Israeli sources submitted the potential deal to US sources in Washington, but it was not known if or how they reacted.
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