Controversial black leader Rev. Al Sharpton will visit jailed Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard. Fresh from a trip to Israel that was seen as a way to mend fences with the American Jewish community, Sharpton will visit Pollard in his North Carolina prison next month, the Forward newspaper reported.
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