Even as Jews around the world celebrate the holiday of Sukkot, the festival in which we erect temporary shelters, Gilad Shalit — the last Jew in Gaza — will soon be home on Israel soil. The holiday observance is an appropriate symbol because ever since this young Israeli soldier was kidnapped by the terrorist group Hamas, undisputed Israeli territory, his parents erected a temporary shelter outside the home of the Prime Minister of Israel to bring attention to the plight of their son. For five years, both Israelis and tourists had no choice but to walk by that booth and be aware that since 2006, Gilad Shalit was being held captive – with no visit by the International Red Cross violating all international laws. They had no choice because the temporary shelter was set up not only outside the home of the Prime Minister of Israel but it was set up along a major, busy thoroughfare in Jerusalem. I have been by there many, many times during recent visits to Israel.