Police return 6 kids taken by father to Palestinian mother

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January 13, 2011 15:01

 
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Six children illegally taken by their Gaza-born father to Israel were returned to their mother in Ramallah on Wednesday by their father.

The children were found by Border Police officers in the Arab Israeli town of Jalulia, in an apartment with their father and grandmother. The children were aged three to 13.

"Even the most hardened Border Police fighter could not fight off tears when witnessing the emotional reunification of the children and their mother," Border Police spokesman Moshe Pinchi said.

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