Olmert: Gov't is doing everything it can to bring Gilad Schalit home

March 26, 2008 19:30


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"The government is doing everything it can to bring Gilad [Schalit] home," said Prime Minister Ehud Olmert Wednesday in response to comments by Noam Shalit, the kidnapped soldier's father, who attacked him earlier in the day, saying that he hesitates and procrastinates on decisions regarding his son. "Noam Shalit speaks from his heart. I have a lot of respect for him and his family. I can understand where his emotions come from. However, it is not appropriate for us to debate each other in the media," the prime minister added.

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