in exchange for Israeli soldiers ??? soldiers ??? ONE SOLDIER - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Esther
    • 13.05.10 | 16:43 (IDT)

    IT would have been less painful ...more humane for the IDF to have bombed the whole area right after GILAD was taken hostage... even if it killed him.. For this is DAILY TORTURE ... day after day... year after year has probably done more damage to him... killed him in ways we will never know.. Especially when those INSANE MEN want 1000 terrorists with blood on their hands in exchange for ONE SOLDIER with NO-blood on his hands.. A TERRIBLE INJUSTICE.... and the world just looks on... says it fights terrorism ... but doesn't lift a finger to help free... an innocent man. OHHH... WE ARE SO INTELLIGENT... SO HUMANE.... WE PAT OUERSELVES ON THE BACK FOR PUTTING A MAN ON THE MOON ... BUT WITH ALL OUR SOPHISTICATION CANNOT LOCATE & RELEASE ONE INNOCENT MAN... THAT IS A HATE CRIME ... .

    from the article: Report: Hamas changing Gilad Shalit hideout twice a week
    First published 14:26 13.05.10 | Last updated 14:26 13.05.10
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