Miki Goldwasser: Gov't needs to pay price to free Schalit

June 25, 2010 14:11


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Miki Goldwasser, mother of fallen IDF soldier Ehud Goldwasser who was kidnapped and killed in Hizbullah raid four years ago, spoke out at march in support of freeing Gilad Schalit in the city of Nahariya on Friday.

"Gilad was kidnapped because of the Israeli government's failures. He has yet to return home because of the continued failures of the Israeli government. You pay for your failures, sometimes dearly. If the State of Israel has not created deterrence until now, it will have to pay a negligibly high price in order to return a soldier to his family," Goldwasser said.

Over 600 people participated in the march in Nahariya.

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