Religious students across country to hold mass prayer services for missing teens

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 15, 2014 10:42

 
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Prayer services will be held at some 700 religious schools at 11:30 in the morning on Sunday for the three teens who were abducted in the West Bank on Thursday.

The simultaneous prayer services which will last for half-an-hour was organized by the management of the religious school system. 

Organizers say the largest prayer service was scheduled for the Makor Chaim Yeshiva in Kfar Etzion in the West Bank where two of the abducted teens Naftali Frankel and Gilad Sha'ar studied. Another prayer service was set to take place at the Shavei Hebron Yeshiva in Hebron where Eyal Yifrach is enrolled.    


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