Today in Jewish History - November 21 / Cheshvan 28
1985 November 21, JONATHAN POLLARD(USA)
Courtesy of Jacob Richman
And his wife were arrested and charged with spying for Israel. Pollard, who had worked for Naval Intelligence, had passed on information to Israel regarding Arab capabilities. Pollard was caught as he was trying to enter the Israeli Embassy in Washington. The Pollard affair caused great embarrassment to Israel both from the American perspective and also due to Israel's refusal to support him once he was caught. He was given a life sentence, and despite numerous request from Israel for clemency he is still in prison.