I feel for poor Gilad. He is a victim of decades of Israeli policy of imprisoning Palestinians they deem uncooperative ... If they let the Red Cross visit, there is a high likelikhood Israel will locate him, attempt to rescue him, he either dies or is rescued. But in either case, the Palestinians can kiss their prisoners goodbye. Israel will have no incentive to free them.
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from the article: Hamas rejects Red Cross demand to prove Shalit is alive