Mitzpe Hila prepares for Noam, Aviva's return home

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October 12, 2011 08:58

 
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The town of Mitzpe Hila, the hometown of the Schalit family, was preparing Wednesday for the return of Noam and Aviva following a deal to release their son, captive IDF soldier Gilad Schalit. Noam and Aviva were expected to leave their protest tent Wednesday in Jerusalem ahead of the impending release of Gilad.

The town council was scheduled to hold a meeting Wednesday morning to discuss logistical preparations for the family's return to the town.

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