Mother of kidnapped teen: 'We just want to hug our children'

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June 17, 2014 13:19

 
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Rachel Fraenkel, the mother of one of three missing Israeli teenagers Naphtali Fraeknel, addressed the media on Tuesday afternoon, saying "we just want to hug our children."

She thanked security forces for their efforts to retrieve the boys during remarks made after the families of the three kidnapped yeshiva students met for the first time since the abduction.

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