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A difference of opinion

Reader comment on item: Gilad Shalit and Doing Business with Terrorists
in response to reader comment: Rebecca, I have to contest your comments

Submitted by Rebecca Moulds (United States), Oct 18, 2011 at 18:55

Dear Sara,

I respect your opinion about this and I hope you respect mine. I know what you said is true, that every Israeli is rejoicing, and even non-Israelis, like me----are also rejoicing for the freedom of Gilad Schalit,. It's the method of his release, the bargaining table, that I believe was questionable. Perhaps it's because I'm a jaded realist and you may be an idealist, that I don't see the honor in this.

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