Ya'alon meets with families of kidnapped teens

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June 18, 2014 15:13

 
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Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon met with the the families of all three kidnapped boys on Wednesday in Tel Aviv. According to a report by Ma'ariv, the defense minister updated the parents regarding developments in the ongoing search for their sons.

"We are meeting in order to inform all of you regarding the current stage [of the operation] we are in," Ya'alon told the parents. He added that in situations like this, it is "outlook" which makes all the difference and applauded the courage displayed by all three families.


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