Aviva Schalit: We won't celebrate until Gilad is home

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October 12, 2011 01:51

 
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Aviva Schalit said overnight Tuesday that she would not celebrate the release of her son Gilad Schalit until the kidnapped IDF soldier was safe at home.

She told reporters she was experiencing "indescribable happiness," but "until we see Gilad we are waiting and we will not let our emotions burst out."

She added: "We will wait with great worry these seven to 10 days until Gilad comes home."

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