Postal authorities have delivered hundreds of "letters to G-d" from across the world to the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Every year Israeli officials bring letters addressed to the wall or to G-d and stuff them into the cracks between the stones in the wall. The site's chief rabbi carried a cardboard box Tuesday marked "Letters to G-d" and containing letters in a variety of languages, including English, Russian, French and Spanish. Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitz says prayers of people all over the world "ascend through this holy place." He says he hopes G-d grants all of the requests.