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Jonathan Pollard granted parole by federal panel

Jonathan Pollard granted parole by federal panel

The former spy for Israel is to be released on Nov. 20 after serving 30 years of a life prison sentence.

Hundreds turned out for a protest in Los Angeles against the Iran nuclear deal, July 26, 2015. (Peter Duke)

Jewish groups stake out positions on Iran deal, but whom do they represent?

Chairman of the Knesset, Yuli Edelstein, right, and Israel's Minister of Housing, Uri Ariel, far left, at a Passover Seder meal held in honor of Jonathan Pollard at the Knesset on April 8, 2014. (Flash90).

Israelis say Pollard release won’t change stance on Iran

Rabbi William Hamilton of Brookline's Kehillath Israel is credited with helping rejuvenate the 98-year-old synagogue. (Uriel Heilman)

Why is a thriving Boston-area synagogue spending $15 million – to downsize?

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