..and pragmatic. More so than the armchair heroes on these forums who talk nonsense about how Israel should not do a deal to free Shalit. He wants his son back ALIVE, not brought back in a bodybag for the sake of not "negotiating with terrorists". After all Israel negotiated with the Apartheid regime, Hizballah and the PLO. So what's the big deal about negotiating with Hamas to free one of its citizens?
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from the article: Shalit's father says he is willing to trade himself for his son