Author Topic: Israel Expands Search for Missing West Bank Teens, Targets Hamas  (Read 218 times)

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TEL AVIV, Israel - Israel arrested 41 people overnight as part of a widening search for three missing teenagers that has also turned into a crackdown targeting militant group Hamas.

The operation dubbed "Brother's Keeper" expanded from the restive Palestinian city of Hebron in the southern West Bank to Nablus in the north, Israel Defense Forces spokesman Lt. Col. Peter Lerner said Tuesday. The military would not reveal how many soldiers were involved in the operation except to say that it included three infantry brigades, including paratroopers.

Glad they are still hunting, and they WILL find the kids. Though I do have a grumble about the header picture - any squad in that formation is going to wind up shooting each other.
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