Pollard’s arrival in Israel will now hopefully put an end to one of the most difficult chapters in US-Israeli relations.
When a defendant, no matter how guilty, is punished too harshly, justice miscarries.
From the moment that Pollard was sentenced in March of 1987, he was subjected to what can only be described as “cruel and unusual punishment.”
It would seem the liberal intelligentsia have decided it was time to show their face once more and attack the release of Jonathan Pollard
There is very little to gain from making grand public statements and touting Pollard’s return “home.”
During this brittle moment in Israel’s political history, and the history of democracy, protecting Israel’s soul is a pressing national security challenge.
"You should have a comfortable life now that both of you can pursue your interests and take care of Esther with the best medical treatment in the world," Netanyahu said.
Jewish groups welcome his freedom
From nadir to reaching new heights
Ehud Olmert says spy Jonathan Pollard should stay in New York.