Karnit Goldwasser: I hope Nasrallah's optimism bears fruit

October 16, 2007 20:05


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"I really hope [Nasrallah's] optimism bears fruit," Karnit Goldwasser, wife of kidnapped reservist Ehud Goldwasser, said Tuesday evening. Goldwasser spoke in respone to Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah's statements that "significant progress" had been made towards releasing Goldwasser and fellow captive Eldad Regev. Goldwasser said she hoped that the Lebanese families whose sons were imprisoned in Israel would continue working for their release, "like we're working to free Udi and Eldad," she said.

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