Noam Schalit asks European leaders to help get 'sign of life' from Gilad

August 24, 2009 14:01


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Noam Schalit, father of captured IDF soldier Gilad Schalit, recently sent letters to European leaders, asking for them to help obtain a "sign of life" from his son, Army Radio reported Monday. "I ask that you come to my assistance… to find out the truth about my son's health," his letter read. Schalit has been held in captivity in Gaza since June 2006.

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