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Search for missing Israeli teenagers includes Bedouin town in Negev
Published Saturday 14/06/2014 10:20
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BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) – Israeli forces ransacked several homes in the Bedouin town of Rahat in southern Israel overnight, reportedly as part of a search for three Israeli teenagers who disappeared from a settlement in the Gush Etzion area.

Witnesses told Ma’an that soldiers were looking for Palestinian workers from the West Bank who could be staying illegally in Rahat.

The sources highlighted that Israeli soldiers have in the past broken into Rahat houses to look for West Bank workers, but this time they did it overnight for the first time.
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1 ) Mel / USA
15/06/2014 20:25
??I didn't know Negev bedouin were allowed in the IDF-controlled Gush Etzion block?LOL!Even beduoin trackers/translaters who work with IDF & brutal Shin Bet aren't allowed into Jewish-only-colony"gated(apartheid)communities".Ask the 19yr old(IDF)kid who was with the younger Lehava-Yeshiva boys?Maybe they're spending a weekend at a bong-party at Brigade HQ?Where's Israel going,to ransack next,on their search? Hawaii?
Big false-flag! A copy of Nigeria's 'BringOurGirlsBack'.
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