Noam Schalit: We may be forced to step up our campaign

May 10, 2011 13:39


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Kidnapped soldier Gilad Schalit's father, Noam Schalit, warned Tuesday that if more action is not taken to bring about the release of his son then the family may be forced to take more serious action.

Noam, who spoke during an interview with Israel Radio, was reacting to his other son Yoel's interference at the Remembrance Day torch lighting ceremony.

"I wasn't there so I didn't know exactly what they were going to do, they also didn't know exactly what they had planned," Noam said when asked if he was aware his son's intentions.

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