Aviva Schalit 311.
(photo credit: Reuters)
Aviva Schalit smiled, but did not weep or scream when the cabinet early
Wednesday morning approved a deal to bring her son Gilad home after more than
five years of captivity in Gaza.
“Our joy is indescribable,” she told the
reporters who crowded around her and her husband, Noam, as they sat at about 1
a.m. in the small white protest tent erected for Gilad on the sidewalk around
the corner from Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s Jerusalem home.