As usual, the Israeli government - respectively the Prime Minister's Office - has to blabber off their mouth again and/or hunt for publicity. With Gilad Shalit's father preferring that the video tape not be aired, why doesn't the Prime Minister respect this privacy but eventually override his request and make this so private matter public to the whole nation. Who needs to see all this, is Bibi again fishing for political gain. It's enough that the public is informed by the TV announcer that Gilad is okay, we don't necessarily have to see it until he's free. Public release of the video tape will be a matter of extremely bad taste and intrusion of family privacy.
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from the article: Gilad Shalit in video: I've been longing for my freedom for a long time