Erdan: 'Will we give in to every Hamas demand?'

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June 30, 2010 18:08

 
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Environment Protection Minister, Gilad Erdan, said Wednesday that Netanyahu does not see a problem with the "freedom march" that the Schalit family is organizing.

"There is a difference between the considerations of the Schalit family and those of the prime minister during the decision making process," said Erdan.

Erdan pointed out that "the price that Netanyahu is willing to pay is the highest price that would be paid in Israel's history regarding prisoner exchanges."

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