Lieberman himself is a right-winger with a Stalin-type world view, so it is understandable that he would not see Shalit's plight as too big a factor. On the other hand, he allowed his ministers to vote their own opinions, and this was very fair of him. The two other ministers who voted 'no' are known as extremists. At least the nay-sayers are a small minority (10%) of the government. Am Israel Chai.
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