Welfare services worry over Israeli child in Thai monastery

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February 20, 2013 20:38

 
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The twelve year-old Israeli child living in a monastery in Thailand was revealed in a report by Channel 2 news on Tuesday night. Today, welfare services in Israel attempted to convince the child's parents to return him to Israel. According to the report, if the welfare service's attempts fail, they will try to implement legal measures to get the child back.

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