Apart from Woolsey, most other intelligence officials have been adamantly opposed to the release of Pollard, a Navy intelligence analyst who provided thousands of highly classified documents to his Israeli handlers. Former CIA Director George Tenet reportedly threatened to quit when the Clinton administration considered it.
From here: http://voices.washingtonpost.com/spy-talk/2011/03/kissinger_release_israeli_spy.html
So most of the intelligence community is against it, too.
I'm going to go with "no", unless there is something I'm missing.
The only think you’re missing is that Kissinger has gone public with it. If, he is still near the top of the policy food chain than it might be something to pay attention to.
Could be just some bait to push Israel into doing something stupid. IMHO, this is not an accident.