With the release price tag going up each time, we will reach the point where the price will be too high. Already now many are against the deal. This is not only a humanitarian case of Shalit. This about what to do when the next kidnapping will come, and they will want Itamar's children murderers say. Why put another family in jeopardy? Logic dictates releasing all prisoners right now, in order to avoid future kidnapping. But of course this is not what will happen. What will happen is that one day, Israel will say enough: "the price is too high, and the method only incites more kidnappings". I am sorry for the parents of the future kidnapped soldier when this will happen, but this course of events is inevitable.
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