"First, allow me to express my heartfelt sorrow at the immense
tragedy that has been perpetrated upon the American people by wicked evil-doers, so
utterly devoid of conscience and compassion, that it is difficult for the
lips to utter and words are simply inadequate to express.
"...Those who commit suicide while committing acts of terror rely on
religious edicts and believe that their actions gain them instant entry
into Heaven and everlasting pleasure in the Garden of Eden. It is therefore
imperative, Mr. President, that you call upon all world religious
leaders... to issue religious edicts that forbid this. They must make it
clear to all of their followers that if one does commit suicide and harms
others in the process, he will... be damned to the furthest depths of Hell
in the World of Truth.
"...I would like to request at this time that you extend mercy and
compassion to all of Israel by immediately commuting the sentence of
Jonathan Pollard. He has been severely punished, is suffering greatly, and
releasing him now is the right thing to do. In doing this just act, Mr.
President, you would demonstrate both strength and leadership in the world
arena, and the Almighty will surely bless you in all of your endeavors.
"The President of the United States and the American people are
renowned for their kindness and compassion. May the Almighty assist you now in
overcoming all of your trials and may He bless you and return the nation to
a state of peace, prosperity, and strength."
Voice of Judea noted that in light of reports that the U.S. has accepted an
offer from the Israeli Defense Minister to share intelligence information
about terrorist organizations, "now is the time to free Jonathan
Pollard. The information he passed to Israel was to save them from
terrorists, and now that sharing information has become legal, his case
must be reconsidered."