Gilad Shalit, the 1962 version
How a 10-year-old boy rattled the Mossad, the Soviets and the Americans.
In the summer of 1962, the country was in uproar over two Jews. One was Yossele Schumacher, a 10 year old native of the Soviet Union, who had immigrated to Israel as a young child with his parents. The other was Dr. Robert Soblen, a 62-year-old psychiatrist who had been convicted of spying for the Soviets.