What this is really all about is an attempt to create fear and insecurity within HAMAS that Israel may know his whereabouts, so that HAMAS will then make an attempt to move him at which time THEN Israel will be able to see where he is moved from and to. Sorry morons, me thinks HAMAS is smarter than this, but hey, nice try! Here’s the report, I mean “lie”
Israel knows the whereabouts of kidnapped soldier Gilad Schalit, a senior Jerusalem official told London-based newspaper Asharq Alawsat on Sunday.ROFLMAO, consistantly known where he is..........now they have created yet another problem for themselves as now they need to invent some excuse for Israeli citizens as to "why" they have never gone to get him, see here:
The official said that the government knew where Schalit was initially taken immediately after his kidnapping, that it had consistently known where he was being held and that Hamas was aware of this.
Israel has avoided carrying out a rescue operation in order to prevent Schalit from being harmed, the official reportedly said. Furthermore, Hamas has wrecked the chances of an Israeli military maneuver by booby trapping the location where Schalit is being held and placing explosive devices nearly half a kilometer around the hideout, he was quoted as saying.Well, correct me if I'm wrong here, but Israel claims HAMAS are barbaric terrorists, yet I notice Shalit is looking well and been cared for. But let's take the Israeli position for one second. just for fun.So, using this same Zionist logic if a deranged American serial killer like Ted Bundy let's say, captures his next victim, the police are meant to stand idly by because he may kill the victim. And this is what Israel wants people to belive. Seriously, if they had the tiniest nano clue where he was, they'd have went after him during Cast Lead. Truth is they haven't a clue... simple as........ And this "report" is nothing more than an attempt to trick HAMAS into moving him, so they CAN find out where he is. Trouble is it's as transparent as glass....
The source told Asharq Alawsat that Schalit's captors planned to kill him if Israel tried to free him by force.