Reservists present Barak with petition calling for Schalit's release

Reservists present Barak

November 22, 2009 22:28


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Ten IDF reserve soldiers from The Campaign to Free Gilad Schalit presented Defense Minister Ehud Barak with a petition on Sunday night, to remind him of his responsibility to bring about the soldier's release. The petition was signed by some 3,000 people, and read, "We expect you to show leadership, and persist in the negotiations for Gilad's timely release."

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