Yoel Schalit: 'Netanyahu, free my brother!'

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July 4, 2010 16:15

 
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Yoel Schalit, brother of kidnapped soldier Gilad Schalit, spoke to a crowd of people participating in the day's Freedom March at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya on Sunday.

Yoel called upon Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to make a deal to free Gilad.

"I call upon you [Netanyahu] to listen to your nation and to do everything, more than you have done until now, to free my brother," Yoel said at the event.

The Schalit family and supporters left Herzliya after the event and began heading in the direction of Tel Aviv.

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