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Gilad Shalit (born 28 August 1986) is an Israeli soldier abducted by Palestinian militants in a cross border raid near the Gaza Strip on the 25th June 2006 and has been held hostage ever since. Hamas refuse Red Cross visits to Gilad and other rights afforded by the Geneva Conventions.
Gilad Shalit protest watch tent in Jerusalem on the morning of the 1462nd day of captivity
Parents and thousands of supporters will embark this morning on a protest march for the release of abducted IDF soldier Gilad Shalit. ‘The March of His Life’ will leave the Shalit home in Mitzpe Hila in the Galilee, take twelve days, 250 kilometers and end at the protest watch tent in Jerusalem opposite the residence of the Prime Minister (depicted).
Organizers are hoping for thousands to join along the way to pressure the government to do everything possible for the release of Gilad after four full years in Hammas captivity.
Gilad Shalit (born 28 August 1986) is an Israeli soldier abducted by Palestinian militants in a cross border raid near the Gaza Strip on 25 June 2006 and is being held hostage by Hammas ever since.
Overwhelmed with hope … that was yesterday afternoon. Not to worry though, after a few hours it was over. The media agreed rumors derived from Ma’an News Agency bullshit were just that – rumors. Gilad Shalit is not yet on his way home. Can you imagine the despair Gilad’s family must be feeling? Again and again! Three years!
Gilad Schalit (born 28 August 1986) is an Israeli soldier who was abducted by Palestinian militants in a cross-border raid near the Gaza Strip on 25 June 2006 and is being held hostage by Hammas ever since. 3 years! Tomorrow!
A Soldier’s Mother blogged on a special effort to take place tomorrow on behalf of Gilad here: http://israelisoldiersmother.blogspot.com/2009/06/twitter-and-gilad.html
So please keep Gilad in your thoughts and #Gilad in your tweets!