|On Tuesday night at Tel Aviv's Rabin Square, the campaign to free captured soldier Gilad Shalit projected the video of Shalit in captivity onto a giant screen.
Meanwhile, opposition continues to a prisoner swap. Representatives of bereaved families from the Almagor Terror Victims Association met with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Tuesday night and urged him not to agree to a prisoner swap.
They called on the prime minister to act for Shalit's release through other means, including placing sanctions on the the Hamas-led administration in Gaza, cutting fuel and monetary transfers to the Gaza Strip, and making the conditions of Hamas prisoners in Israel more severe. Participants said afterward they came away with the sense that a deal is not yet finalized.