Gilad Shalit and former Palestinian prisoner back home editorial cartoon and Top 10 former prisoner jokes

“Gilad Shalit came home during the Sukkot holiday, when a pilgrimage and sight of stars and harvest are celebrated. From a planning point of view, he picked the perfect Jewish holiday to travel.” — Yasha Harari
“Top 10 Former Prisoner jokes”
10. Communications: If Gilad Shalit becomes a campaigner for liberating all political prisoners, will he stay in touch with the liberated Palestinians by twitter or facebook?
9. Education: Schools must learn from the Gilad Shalit experience, and teach students that in the end, terror doesn’t pay, unless you’re Hamas and you consider freed terrorists a valuable asset. 
8. Haiku: Former prisoner. It is better to be that, than a prisoner.
7. Economy: Tax cuts don’t make for a former prisoner. Government spending makes a former prisoner.
6. Politics: Electorates hate former prisoner photo-ops because it makes politicians look good.
5. Iambic Pentameter: To talk with friends about one’s traumas heal, even if nobody knows how you feel.
4. Science: Many a former prisoner have found fortune in lock picking. 
3. Physics: The one place you are sure not to find former prisoners the day after they are released, is hanging out next to their former prison. They will be as far away as they can be. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
2. Confucious: Many a former prisoner is very forgiving, because the hardest thing to bear is a grudge.
… and the #1 Former Prisoner joke  is:
1. Proverbial: Gilad Shalit and the Palestinians former prisoners began the journey home the day before Moammar Gadaffy died in battle, in Sirte, Libya. Like sands in the hourglass, so are the Days of the Middle East Autumn.
Reference: Yasha Harari for