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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Hamas is pleased

Hundreds of thousands of Israelis stopped in their tracks for five minutes at 11:00 am on Tuesday morning to mark the five years that Gilad Shalit has been held by Hamas.
Rather than the customary one minute of silence, Ofer Ben Tal, one of the organizers for the campaign to free Gilad Schalit, asked the public to stop for five full minutes, one minute for the nearly five years Schalit has been held in captivity by Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

Traffic jams were observed throughout Tel Aviv, as cars stopped in the streets in Schalit's honor.

"For the past five years, the entire nation has been united in its hearts in the hope that Gilad Schalit will be here with us, healthy and whole," President Shimon Peres said at Tuesday's Negev Conference in Eilat.

"Schalit family, we feel like a part of your family. Gilad is a soldier in the IDF, and the entire country will not rest until he comes home," he added. "The negotiations for his release are difficult and painful. We are fighting an organization that has no law and no heart, but we will not give up."

Noam Schalit, the captured soldier's father, said: "It is very encouraging that the nation woke up and that a citizen's took the initiative and asked 'how can this be?'"
And Hamas is pleased. Because what none of the newspaper websites is telling you is that once again, the stupid Jews called on their government to work for Shalit's release and blamed their government for the fact that Shalit is imprisoned. And once again, Hamas got off scot-free.

What could go wrong?

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At 7:56 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

After the Fogel family massacre, you would think that lesson would have sunk home with the country.

Some Jews sad to say, remain in denial.

What could go wrong indeed

At 8:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is the Israeli government's fault that Shalit has not been released until now.

Israel should be shooting one captured Hamas terrorist every hour of the day until Shalit is released unharmed. When terrorist inventory gets low, refill from Gaza.

At 8:38 PM, Blogger Juniper in the Desert said...

This is partly a problem with the Israeli voting system: I realise it was chosen from the best of motives, of fairness and idealism, but it leads to corruption and deadlock.
Someone needs to lobby for first past the post system. That way MKs can get moving and get Gilad Shalit out!!
This is a shameful, sickening, grotesque situation. Even the Brits get their people out of trouble. Can't say the same for the Americans tho; I believe there is a young US soldier in Taliban hands, has been there for about 3 years.

Otherwise why is there a paralysis in the Israeli government? I would not blame the poor boy if he converted to izlam through the pressure and stress Hamas, no doubt, are applying to him!! Does the Netanyahu think people admire him for this situation? Jews have contempt for him and the anti-Jews are laughing at him!!

At 9:44 PM, Blogger What is "Occupation" said...

Gilad is dead.

Start treating the Hamas as if he was and start treating Hamas as the Islamic Nazis that they are.

Cut of Gaza from all aid, food, oil, power and water. Stop all medical treatments (unless the Mossad needs that for information communication) and start knocking off Hamas leaders.

Thank Hamas for their honesty about Israel's legitimacy and then start destroying the infrastructure of the Gaza Strip.

Drive the population of Gaza into the Sinai and the start the Permanent Destruction of Gaza.


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