Ad nauseam, we have asked so many US presidents to let the Pollard family go to Israel that it feels that it’s no use asking anymore. But Jews should never give up. Just when you wanted to throw in the towel, in the nick of time, help may show up. And it just may have.
President Trump, master escapist, may find himself lately in a nearly impossible impeachable situation. We know that he’s a devout Atheist. But it’s also known that there is no Atheist in a fox’ White House.
We know that G^d’s actions reflect ours. When we’re friendly, He’ll be friendly. When we’re stern, He appears stern to us.
That is only a threat if you want it to be a threat. Because you can also take it as a piece of handy information.
Well, Mr. President, if it sometimes seems that you have nowhere to go, it could be a punishment for not letting others go. Well, who could that be? While, if you make them happy, He’ll make you happy.
They blame you excessively for searching for information from an ally? They blame Pollard excessively for searching for information from an ally.
I know, your situation is not as desperate as your enemies want us to believe. But neither is the Pollards’ situation completely desperate.
And even if you wouldn’t get all the praise and relief that you want, Jewish history will mention you favorably for their release also.
That’s nice but you’ve got to do something for it. Yom Kippur is coming up. Don’t miss this prime opportunity!
And, if you wait much longer, your good gesture may just be too late for G^d to give the full weight of reward that He would’ve given you earlier.
Now is the time. If not now, when? Do it now.
Don’t ask anyone, don’t consult with anyone, you decide and the time is now. Just tweet that God generously forgives our sins on Yom Kippur and likewise you have decided to let Jonathan Pollard go per today.
May God treat you likewise! Shalom.