Aviva Schalit: '4 years of hell is too much.'

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July 8, 2010 20:37

 
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Aviva Schalit spoke during a rally at Independance Park, Jerusalem as the freedom march in support of the release of her son came to a close Thursday evening.

"Stop, enough - four years of hell is too much," Aviva said.

She addressed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu saying "Don't ignore us and don't make a fool of us."

Aviva said that it has been very hard for the people taking part in the march to cope with the hot weather and long walks but for Gilad it is even harder.

"Don't ignore us - I promise that we wont give up on Gilad and I wont let you give up on him either," Aviva called to Netanyahu.

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