IDF Staff-Sergeant Gilad Shalit was abducted on 25 June 2006 by Gaza-based terror groups. He was held in Hamas captivity for nearly five and a half years and denied Red Cross visitation. In October 2011, after prolonged negotiations, Shalit was released in exchange for 1,027 Palestinian prisoners. More…
Gilad Shalit – A Childhood in Snapshots
Israel’s real leadership
The grand Bibi show
A tolerable capitulation
No comfort in revenge
No doubt, the Arabs won
An Israeli day of victory
Waiting for my grandson
An autumn of hope
What awaits Mona in Gaza?
Let’s free all prisoners
Is Netanyahu a real leader?
Victims murdered again
Shalit and Iran connection
Anatomy of a deal
There is no other choice
Gilad Shalit reunites with his family
The Shalit deal through foreign eyes
Behind the scenes of the Shalit deal
Ron Ben Yishai
Cabinet approves Shalit deal
'No red lines crossed in Shalit deal'
'Outline of Shalit deal stands despite Hamas
'Shalit deal detrimental to peace'
'Shalit deal proves State doesn’t abandon
Ahmadinejad: Shalit deal a great victory
'Hezbollah instructed Hamas on Shalit talks'
477 prisoners handed over to Red Cross
Bereaved families petition High Court against
Shin Bet chief: Shalit deal - best possible
Ex-Mossad chief slams Shalit deal
Fatah: Prisoners list makes no sense
Terrorists among inmates to be freed in Shalit
Tzohar: Settlement homes in return for Shalit
Was Iran involved in Shalit deal negotiations?
Watch first and last appearance of Shalit in
'At night I whisper – Gilad, come home'
The hope-despair continuum
Read Gilad Shalit's first letter from captivity
Gilad Shalit returns to Israel
Shalits to High Court: Don't change deal
Shalit family prepares for Gilad's return
Last appearance of Shalit in October 2009 video
Family, friends mourn fallen soldiers
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