Pollard and his wife, Esther, will live in Jerusalem. A source close to the family said the former spy will not enter politics.
https://www.yerepouni-news.com-By GIL HOFFMAN
In late November, when the US Parole Commission formally lifted his parole restrictions, Pollard, 66, and his wife, Esther, said through their spokespeople that they wanted to move to Israel “as soon as possible and fulfill their dream of living together in Israel.”
Pollard, a former intelligence analyst for the US, was detained in 1985 for spying for and providing top-secret intelligence to Israel, serving 30 years of a life sentence before he was paroled. He is the only American in US history to receive a life sentence for spying for an ally, as well as being the only one to serve more than 10 years in prison for the crime.
Under his parole restrictions, Pollard was subjected to wearing a GPS wrist monitoring device that constantly tracked his location, keeping a curfew that prevented him from leaving his home between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m., and having his computers monitored. As such, he had been unable to leave the area, let alone the country.
Parole conditions lasting five years are considered standard.
Upon learning of Pollard’s release last month, Health Minister Yuli Edelstein, who was the first cabinet minister to visit Pollard in prison 23 years ago, said he was overjoyed by the news.
Also, Jewish Agency Chairman Isaac Herzog told The Jerusalem Post last month that the agency was ready to facilitate the Pollards’ aliyah when they were ready.