Noam Schalit: 'Netanyahu, our son is buried alive in Gaza'

August 1, 2010 15:27


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Noam Schalit addressed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu with strong words at a solidarity rally for his son, kidnapped soldier Gilad Schalit, which took place in Rishon Lezion Saturday night.

"Netanyahu, stop hurting our son. Our son Gilad is buried alive in Gaza," said Noam. He continued, "the people elected you, and the people demand that you free Gilad immediately. Do not repeat the stupidity of your predecessor, who said that it's not  a bad thing if the captured have to remain a while longer in captivity."

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