Releasing jailed spy and Zionist traitor Jonathan Pollard in a swap for jailed Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouti makes absolutely no sense. Pollard, while an employee at the Naval Anti-Terrorist Alert Center in Washington, sold out his country. Marwan Barghouti, on the other hand, is not a treacherous spy.
In 1994, the Simon Wiesenthal Center demanded Pollard be released
because “he thought by doing so he would serve the cause of peace. He is not currently a threat to the security of the United States. Further, he has admitted his guilt and taken full responsibility for his misdeeds.” In other words, violating 18 U.S.C. § 794 (c), the Federal law that makes it a crime to deliver defense information to a foreign government “with intent or reason to believe” that the information is to be used “to the advantage of a foreign nation” is no big deal and Pollard should be set free to go live in Israel, where he is considered a hero for stealing classified information out from under the nose of Israel’s “friend,” the United States (more accurately, the United States is a host for the Israeli parasite, a small corrupt and racist country that has finagled more than $85,000,000,000 out of America since 1949).
It should be noted that in Israel Pollard is considered a “Prisoner of Zion” and according Uri Ariel, member of the Israeli Knesset, the “Israeli public is united in its wish to see Pollard free.