Israel released the names of the  477 Palestinian prisoners  it will free on Tuesday in exchange for captured soldier  Gilad Shalit, who has been held by Hamas since 2006. Most of the prisoners were serving life sentences for violent crimes, including murder. About 200 of the prisoners will not be allowed to return home, and will be exiled to Qatar and Turkey. A poll by Israeli newspaper  Yedioth Ahronoth  found nearly 79 percent of Israelis support the swap. Arnold Roth is not among them. Roth  lost his daughter in 2001 after a suicide bomber blew up a pizza restaurant in Jerusalem. The woman who drove the bomber, and may have had a hand in plotting the attack is one of those being released tomorrow.  Roth  share his thoughts on the idea of her and many other convicted prisoners being released.