Israeli president and war criminal, Shimon Peres has told Jonathan Pollard’s wife, Esther, on Monday that he asked president Barack Obama to release her husband during his meeting with Obama at the AIPAC conference on Sunday.
In the past, when former president Bill Clinton tried to broker an agreement at Wye Plantation between Israel and Arafat, Benji Netanyahu attempted to extort, as his price for signing, release of Pollard, so he could take this treasonous snake back to Israel as a national hero.
Israeli prime minister Benji Netanyahu also raised the question of presidential pardon for the convicted Jewish spy during his meeting with Obama at the White House on Monday as reported by daily YNet. Netanyahu also presented Obama a copy of biblical ‘Book of Esther‘ to remind him Pollard’s wife Esther and the story of Persia’s (Iran) ancient young Jewish Queen Esther who tricked her husband with charm and sex to permit her cousin Mordecai and his armed Jewish militia for the slaughter of 75,000 innocent Persians to save Persia’s Jewish community from King’s chief adviser Haman, who considered Jews not trustworthy.
“There is a certain people scattered abroad and dispersed among the peoples in all the provinces of thy kingdom; and their laws are diverse from those of every people; neither keep they the king’s laws; therefore it does not profit the king to suffer them, (Esther 3,8)” he told the King.
Jews around the world celebrate ancient Persian Holocaust as a happy occasion (Purim) which falls on Wednesday this year. Obama’s genocide of Libyan peopele started on Purim 2011. Bush’s slaughter of one million Iraqi civilians started on Purim 2003.
Interestingly, after US invasion of Iraq in 2003, everyone who mentioned its connection with Israel – was hounded by the Israel Lobby’s propagandists, like David Brooks of the Weekly Standard, Robert Kagan of Washington Post, Lawrence Kaplan of the New Republic, Max Boot of WSJ, etc. by branding them with the ‘anti-Semitic label’. Now, Israeli leaders can openly call for the massacre of hundreds of thousands of civilians in Iran, Syria and Pakistan.
“And, finally, there is a loose collection of friends of Israel, who believe in the identity of interests between the Jewish state and the United States. These analysts look on foreign policy through the lens of one dominant concern: Is it good or bad for Israel? Since that nation’s founding in 1948, these thinkers have never been in very good odor at the State Department, but now they are well ensconced in the Pentagon, around such strategists as Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle and Douglas Feith,” Harvard Jewish professor Stanley Hoffman wrote in New Republic.