Yoel Schalit has a simple message for the ministers who met late Tuesday night to decide his brother Gilad's fate.
"Free him as quickly as you can," he said as he stood amidst a sea of protesters near the protest tent by the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem.
"We have been praying for this moment," added his girlfriend Yaara Winkler. "We are just waiting to see Gilad come home," she added.
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