The Eyes of His Son
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Noam Shalit is my hero, period. My better half.
For 1326 days (as per today, the 10th of February, 2010) his son Gilad is held by the Hamas terror organization in Gaza. Noam has appeared above every stage demanding the release of his son, calling from every media to free Gilad, but the Hamas leadership does not even allow the Red Cross to visit him and places unacceptable demands for his release.
I met Noam in The Edge Art Gallery in Nahariya (Western Galilee town in Israel), on the opening of a posters exhibition to mark 3 years (1095 days) for Gilad's captivity.
Posters with his son's famous portrait with penetrating eyes shouted from the gallery walls. You could not be intolerance for his cry, neither we, the designers of the posters. He deserves his freedom. He should be united with his family. [http://kitzur.com/ringer/helpGilad]
Also by alex ringer
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