The Campaign to Free Gilad: 'We're not whining, we're fighting'

September 2, 2009 01:59


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The Campaign to Free Gilad on Tuesday evening responded to comments Defense Minister Ehud Barak made earlier in the day at a school in the South. "We're not whining, we're fighting for Gilad's life," the campaign declared. Barak's words are very serious given that he said them in front of high school students, the campaign said, adding that three years after the kidnapping, it would have expected Barak to act like a leader. On Friday, the campaign plans to hold a protest in front of Barak's home in Tel Aviv. They will be joined by reservists, parents and pre-army teens.

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