Goldwasser: The matter of the kidnapped soldiers doesn't interest Barak

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December 15, 2007 16:39

 
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Karnit Goldwasser, the wife of kidnapped reservist Ehud Goldwasser attacked on Saturday the security establishment, saying that she has done more to secure the release of her husband than Defense Minister Ehud Barak, Army Radio reported. "It can't be possible that I have done more on the matter of securing the release of the kidnapped soldiers than a man who had been the IDF chief and knows what to do in the field," Goldwasser said. "I feel that the matter of the kidnapped soldiers doesn't interest the minister of defense." According to the report, Goldwasser made her statements during a "Culture Shabbat" event in Holon.

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