Gilad Schalit Finally Arrives Home In Mitzpe Hila
After over five years in Hamas captivity, with lack of food and sunlight, an obviously sickly looking, pale and malnourished IDF soldier Gilad Schilat is now safely at home in Israel with his family and friends.
Gilad Schalit Arrives In Israel
Schalit Boards IAF Helicopter On Way Home To Mitzpe Hila
The LORD bless thee, Gilad Schalit, and keep thee:
The LORD make his face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee:
The LORD lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace.
And they shall put my name upon the children of Israel; and I will bless them. Taken from Numbers 6:24-27
A gaunt looking Gilad Schilat being interrogated in the live video below, immediately after arriving in Egypt from Gaza, and before being reunited with his loved ones and friends in Israel, was forced to respond to extremely insensitive questions being asked by the Egyptian reporter with masked Hamas terrorists surrounding him during the questioning. Schalit was obviously having trouble breathing during the interrogation, and looked exhausted and confused, yet Amin kept on presenting him with questions, many of them absurd and ridiculous, Read about it here.
Pictures of a holocaust survivor who escaped the death camps of Auschwitz come to mind after viewing the pictures of the young Jewish soldier, so thin and frail with his eyes sunken in. It is only by the love and hand of our heavenly Father Jesus Christ, and the Jewish Messiah who answered the prayers of untold numbers of Jewish people and Christians around the world that saw Gilad through this horrible ordeal, and for that we give our heartfelt gratitude. Our Lord has brought Gilad home to Israel where he is now in safe territory, and surely He will heal him. My friends, let us all pray for Gilad’s quick recovery, and rejoice with our Israeli brothers and sisters over this miraculous event.
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