Sara Netanyahu joins #Bringbackourboys campaign for kidnapped Israeli teens

The prime minister's wife posts a photo of herself on Facebook with social media slogan that has gone viral.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 19, 2014 21:37
Sara Netanyahu in #Bringourboysback campaign

Sara Netanyahu in #Bringourboysback campaign. (photo credit: PRIME MINISTER'S OFFICE)

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's wife has joined the #BringBackOurBoys campaign in an attempt to rally support for the release of Naftali Fraenkel, Eyal Yifrah and Gil-Ad Shaer – who were abducted at a hitchhiking spot in the West Bank last week.

Mrs. Netanyahu posted a picture of herself on Thursday evening holding a sign reading #Bringbackourboys on Facebook. 

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Last month, when 300 girls from a school in Nigeria were kidnapped by Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram, US First Lady Michelle Obama recorded a video calling for their return and held up a sign that read “#BringBackOur- Girls,” the hashtag supporting the campaign to release the girls. 

On Tuesday a Knesset MK, Aliza Lavie (Yesh Atid) wrote Mrs. Obama a letter appealing to her for help to bring back the three kidnapped Israeli yeshiva students.








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