1,600 days of captivity: Aviva Schalit sends PM letter

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November 11, 2010 10:56

 
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Avia Schalit, mother of kidnapped IDF soldier Gilad, sent a letter on Thursday to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to mark 1,600 days that Gilad has been in captivity.

The letter said that "it is not possible that the prime minister is the only one who does not believe that Israel is strong enough to pay the price that is needed to release Gilad.

"I don't know what else I can say so that you will wake up," Aviva wrote.

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