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Dr. Pipes, I don't think you want to wait until Jonathan Pollard is dead.

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Submitted by CDG, Yerushalayim (Israel), Feb 24, 2014 at 09:42

But haven't you considered this possibility? It's very likely now; last year he was in the hospital several times. We really can't wait any longer. Too many people wish it would end this way.

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I am entirely sympathetic to Pollard's health and plight. I do not think that is as important, however, as the larger security issues.

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