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Photostream : Israeli Soldier Gilad Shalit Still Alive

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Noam and Aviva, the parents of captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit wearing white T-shirts with the slogan: ‘Gilad is still alive,’ leave their home on June 27, 2010 in Mitzpe Hila as they set off with other family members and thousands of supporters on a 200-kilometre (120-mile) trek, which is expected to take around 12 days, in a solemn protest march from their hometown near Israel’s northern border with Lebanon to the Jerusalem residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to mark four years since their son was captured by Palestinian militants in Gaza in June 2006. (Photo : Getty)

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Motorcyclists join the family of captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, and thousands of supporters as they set off on June 27, 2010 on a 200-kilometre (120-mile) trek, which is expected to take around 12 days, in a solemn protest march from their hometown Mitzpe Hila nearIsrael’s northern border with Lebanon to the Jerusalem residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to mark four years since their son was captured by Palestinian militants in Gaza in June 2006.

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The family of captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, sets off with thousands of supporters on June 27, 2010 on a 200-kilometre (120-mile) trek, which is expected to take around 12 days, in a solemn protest march from their hometown Mitzpe Hila near Israel’s northern border with Lebanon to the Jerusalem residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to mark four years since their son was captured by Palestinian militants in Gaza in June 2006.

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Noam and Aviva Schalit , parents of captured Israeli soldier Gilad, march near their home in Mitzpe Hila, northern Israel, Sunday, June 27, 2010. The family of a captured Israeli soldier is setting out on a 12-day march from Schalit’s home to Jerusalem to press Israeli leaders to make a deal with his Hamas captors to free him. Sgt. Gilad Schalit was taken captive four years ago during a cross-border raid by militants from the Gaza Strip. (Photo : Getty)

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Noam (2nd L), the father of captive soldier Gilad Shalit, sets off on June 27, 2010 with other family members, wearing white T-shirts with the slogan: ‘Gilad is still alive,’ on a 200-kilometre (120-mile) trek, which is expected to take around 12 days, in a solemn protest march from their hometown Mitzpe Hila near Israel’s northern border with Lebanon to the Jerusalem residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to mark four years since their son was captured by Palestinian militants in Gaza in June 2006. (Photo : Getty)

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Noam (R) and Aviva (C), the parents of captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, set off on June 27, 2010 with other family members and thousands of supporters, many wearing white T-shirts with the slogan: ‘Gilad is still alive,’ on a 200-kilometre (120-mile) trek, which is expected to take around 12 days, in a solemn protest march from their hometown Mitzpe Hila near Israel’s northern border with Lebanon to the Jerusalem residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to mark four years since their son was captured by Palestinian militants in Gaza in June 2006. (Photo : Getty)

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The family of captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, sets off with thousands of supporters on June 27, 2010 on a 200-kilometre (120-mile) trek, which is expected to take around 12 days, in a solemn protest march from their hometown Mitzpe Hila near Israel’s northern border with Lebanon to the Jerusalem residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to mark four years since their son was captured by Palestinian militants in Gaza in June 2006.

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Supporters of the family of captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit join them on June 27, 2010 on a 200-kilometre (120-mile) trek, which is expected to take around 12 days, in a solemn protest march from their hometown Mitzpe Hila near Israel’s northern border with Lebanon to the Jerusalem residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to mark four years since their son was captured by Palestinian militants in Gaza in June 2006. (Photo : Getty)

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Young Israelis join the family of captive soldier Gilad Shalit on June 27, 2010 on a 200-kilometre (120-mile) trek, which is expected to take around 12 days, in a solemn protest march from their hometown Mitzpe Hila near Israel’s northern border with Lebanon to the Jerusalem residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to mark four years since their son was captured by Palestinian militants in Gaza in June 2006.  (Photo : Getty)

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The family of captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit (portraits), sets off with thousands of supporters on June 27, 2010 on a 200-kilometre (120-mile) trek, which is expected to take around 12 days, in a solemn protest march from their hometown Mitzpe Hila near Israel’s northern border with Lebanon to the Jerusalem residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to mark four years since their son was captured by Palestinian militants in Gaza in June 2006.  (Photo : Getty)

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Israelis hold a banner with an illustration of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit at Beit Kama junction near Kibbutz Beit Kama June 26, 2010. Shalit was captured by Palestinian militants four years ago in a cross-border raid.  (Photo : Getty)

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Captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit is seen in a video broadcast by an Israeli news channel on October 2, 2009. Israel freed 19 Palestinian women prisoners in a swap for two minutes and 40 seconds of footage showing soldier Gilad Shalit looking healthy after more than three years in captivity at the hands of Gaza militants.

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Captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit holds up a Gaza newspaper dated September 14, 2009, in a video broadcast by an Israeli news channel on October 2, 2009. Israel freed 19 Palestinian women prisoners in a swap for two minutes and 40 seconds of footage showing soldier Gilad Shalit looking healthy after more than three years in captivity at the hands of Gaza militants.

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GILAD’S VOICE :

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‘I am the soldier Gilad, son of Noam Shalit, who was captured by Izz el-Din al-Qassam. Mom and Dad, sister and brother, my friends in the IDF. I send you my love and I miss you all. It has been a whole year in prison, and still my health is deteriorating.

I am in need of prolonged hospitalization.

I am sorry for the Israeli government’s and IDF’s lack of interest in me and their rejection of the demands of Izz el-Din al-Qassam [the Hamas armed wing]. It is clear that they must accept their demands if they want me to be released from prison, especially since I was part of a military operation under military instruction and not a drug dealer.

And just as I have parents, a mother and a father, the Palestinian prisoners also have mothers and fathers – and their children must be returned to them. I have great confidence in my government that they will focus more on my issue and accept the demands of my captors.  Corporal Gilad Shalit.’

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