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chers amis poursuivez la campagne de harcelement de mails /SMS à la croix rouge pour Guilad !!
A "Monsieur Abdallah Graba" dont le mail  ci dessous semble le situer à Alger lieu de toutes les miséricordes
 
 
  L'un   des correspondants  qui harcèle quotidiennement a  reçu la  réponse ci dessous ce jour; nous continuons la campagne de mail/ SMS
 
 
 
Dear Sir,

Thank you for your message of concern about the Israeli soldier Gilad
Shalit.

The ICRC has tried by every means available to obtain information on Mr
Shalit's condition and to gain direct access to him.

Since Mr Shalit was captured in June 2006, we have repeatedly asked –
including very recently and at the highest level – to be allowed to visit
him or to facilitate the exchange of personal messages between him and his
family. In addition, we have been constantly reminding his captors of their
obligations under international humanitarian law.

The ICRC has repeatedly made public its concerns regarding Mr Shalit's
situation. Statements by the ICRC's president and other senior officials
can be found on our website (in December 2008,
http://www.icrc.org/Web/Eng/siteeng0.nsf/html/israel-interview-111208; in
May 2008,
http://www.icrc.org/Web/Eng/siteeng0.nsf/html/israel-interview-300508; in
June 2007,
http://www.icrc.org/web/eng/siteeng0.nsf/htmlall/israel-interview-070607?opendocument
)
.

Last year, the ICRC visited about half a million people deprived of their
freedom to monitor their treatment and living conditions. In general, to
gain access to people held captive the ICRC has to establish and maintain
dialogue with the authorities or groups holding them. The same holds true
in Mr Shalit's case, which is why we will pursue our contacts with all
parties involved.

We have also been in regular contact with Mr Shalit's family. Both they and
the authorities have been kept informed of our actions. Last summer, Mr
Shalit's parents Noam and Aviva agreed to be interviewed for the ICRC
website (
http://www.icrc.org/Web/Eng/siteeng0.nsf/html/israel-interview-300808).

The ICRC will continue to do everything in its power to gain access to Mr
Shalit. However, as in all such cases, the responsibility for Mr Shalit's
treatment and living conditions lies entirely with the people holding him.
The implementation and enforcement of international humanitarian law is
primarily the responsibility of parties to armed conflicts, be they States
or other entities.

Yours sincerely,

Béatrice Mégevand-Roggo
ICRC, Head of Operations for the Middle East and North Africa

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