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Saturday, October 10, 2009

Breaking through the media iron curtain

Arutz Sheva reports that an anti-Shalit deal demonstration this past Thursday marked the first time that a protest against trading hundreds of 'Palestinian' terrorists for kidnapped IDF corporal Gilad Shalit has been covered in the media here.
Hundreds of demonstrators took part in a demonstration outside the Prime Minister's Residence in Jerusalem on Thursday, demanding that the government hold fast and not give in to exorbitant terrorist demands in return for the freedom of IDF soldier-hostage Gilad Shalit.

The demonstrators included members of bereaved families, IDF reserve officers and concerned citizens.

Protesters against the proposed deal to free up to 1,000 Hamas terrorists in return for Sgt. Shalit succeeded in receiving media coverage of their protests Thursday, after years in which the media virtually boycotted them. Most of the popular television channels and internet news sites gave their protest front-page coverage, releasing an apparent torrent of public support.
Releasing terrorists invites the next kidnapping and could - God forbid - result in hundreds of dead and wounded Israelis in future terror attacks. Enough is enough.


At 3:16 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Gilad Shalit must not be freed at the expense of every other Jewish life. His blood is not redder than that of his fellow countrymen.

We can only hope the Israeli government doesn't hand Hamas an undeserved victory through another mindless act of dangerous appeasement.


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