Many top politicians have paid respects to Jonathan by coming to the shiva for his wife.
TRIBUTE: She will inspire generations to come with the undying love and devotion she demonstrated to Jonathan, to the Land of Israel and to the Jewish people.
Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
Her husband, Israeli agent Jonathan Pollard, eulogizes: ‘In God’s good time, we will be together again. Until then, I will love you forever”
Could Pollard be Trump's ticket to redemption in the eyes of the Israeli right?
Despite a decades-long campaign to achieve his freedom, Pollard has not been living in freedom for the past year, but rather on parole terms that make a mockery of the word.
Let Pollard spend the rest of his days in Israel.
The interview Pollard gave in 1986 to Post correspondent Wolf Blitzer was claimed at the time of sentencing to be in violation of a plea agreement he had signed.
News briefs from around Jerusalem.
Pollard said that it is going to "take a miracle" to get him back home.