Does Glick really believe that the only way Hamas can go from Syria to Egypt is by Israel's consent? Schalit would of been tortured for years while the thousands of captives in Israeli jails would of been treated humanely at the expense of the tax payer with Red Crescent visits. These terrorists that are freed are now targets for extermination as opposed to living martyrs in jails. Does Glick really believe that the Palestinians have any shortage of future terrorists? I don't see any mistake on Bibi's part. This deal was a one time offer. Any negotiating partner with Egypt will be gone shortly. Barry Rubin says:
It was a good deal. Here is EOZ Agreeing with this. Israelly Cool disagrees. You can read why here: Elder of Ziyon Misses The Point by Israellycool:
I should probably also give the other argument... (and also say that I have never disagreed with Glick before... and have full respect for her)as you can see... even I am not sure Bibi made the right decision... I'm not even sure Bibi is sure.