Hezbollah got the remains of 19 fighters in return for the bodies of two captured Israeli soldiers it returned this past week to Israel.
Hamas is vowing to not make the same "mistake."
Instead, Hamas, which controls the Gaza, will demand the return of 10 percent of the live Palestinian prisoners Israel holds. That is, if Israel wants captured soldier Gilad Shalit back.
That leaves the Israeli government with a tough choice. Does it do all it can to win Shalit's safe return? Even if that means releasing as many as 1,000 terrorists?
Not an easy decision to make.