Jonathan Pollard’s attorney Nitzana Darshan-Leitner said she was elated to hear the news that Jonathan will be free to make Aliyah to Israel.
“Just before the coming of Shabbat, I spoke with Jonathan Pollard and he sounded excited about the court’s decision. We welcome the decision to remove his restrictions and allow him to immigrate to Israel. After serving his sentence for 30 years and another five years under restrictions, it’s not time for him to rebuild his private life wherever he wishes. This is an important closure for the entire State of Israel, and an exciting day for all of us,” she tweeted.