A video, which documents Gilad Shalit as he is released after fiver years in captivity.
The former kidnapped soldier gives military investigators an account of the attack that led to his capture and the deaths of two of his comrades.
A timeline publish by Haaretz which documents the significant moments in the 1,940 days between Gilad Shalit's capture and his release.
Following cries from terror victim widows willing to have their loved ones' killers released in exchange for Gilad Shalit, Terror Victims Association head Zeev Rapp, who also lost his daughter to terror, furiously opposes such a notion.
The killer of Baruch Mizrahi, the senior Israeli police officer killed in a Passover eve terror attack near Hebron, was a Palestinian released in the prisoner exchange deal which saw Gilad Shalit freed in return for 1,027 Palestinian prisoners.
On June 12, 2014, Palestinian terrorists kidnapped three teenage boys (Naftali Fraenkel, Gilad Shaer, and Eyal Yifra), who were hitchhiking outside Alon Shvut, a West Bank settlement not far from Jerusalem. One of the boys called a police emergency hotline and reported that they had bee