Parents of kidnapped teens visit spot of abduction near Hebron

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June 29, 2014 13:00

 
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The parents of the three kidnapped teenagers who were abducted presumably by Palestinian militants 17 days ago visited the spot on Sunday where they were taken captive near Hebron.

The parents saw the area for the first time since the abductions during a tour with IDF troops who accompanied them to the site. Brig.-Gen. Tamar Yadai, the commander of the Judea and Samaria Division, took the parents to the Tarkumiyah checkpoint and an IDF base, where they thanked the soldiers for their efforts in locating their sons.

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