Miki Goldwasser publishes open letter to Lebanese people

September 20, 2007 09:42


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Miki Goldwasser, mother of kidnapped reservist Ehud Goldwasser, published an open letter to the Lebanese people in Thursday's Asharq alawsat newspaper. "As Ramadan begins, the Lebanese people must search their souls and decide whether they want to live in poverty, destruction, and violence, or whether they want their country to develop and flourish," Goldwasser wrote. "I'm appealing to you because your fate and ours are both in the hands of one man - [Hizbullah leader Sheikh] Hassan Nasrallah," she added.

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