"Freedom March" head 'disappointed' in Netanyahu's response

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July 1, 2010 18:53

 
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Shimshon Liebman, head of The Campaign to Free Gilad Schalit said that he was disappointed in the speech Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu gave in response to the Gilad Schalit "Freedom March" on Thursday.

In an interview with Channel 2 news Liebman said that he expected more from Netanyahu considering the obvious public desire to free Schalit that the "Freedom March" has exhibited. 

In response to the prime minister stating that their was a limit to the price he would pay for Schalit, Liebman said he wanted to hear Netanyahu say he would do everything he could to get Schalit back home. 

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