'The Killing Has to Stop' A Visit to the Home of Former Hostage Gilad Shalit

Gilad Shalit, who spent more than five years in the hands of Hamas kidnappers, harbors no thoughts of revenge toward the Islamist group. And his father, who is beginning a political career, says that Israel needs to negotiate.
Gilad Shalit (center) with his father (right) and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu on the day of his release in October 2011.

Gilad Shalit (center) with his father (right) and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu on the day of his release in October 2011.

Foto: Idf Spokesman Office/ dpa
Translated from the German by Christopher Sultan