Jewish right-wing activists seen established tents and made a Jewish outpost on a hill in the controvercial E1 area near Maale Adumim, in response to the murder of three young Jewish boys, Eyal Yifrach, Gilad Sha’ar and Naftali Fraenkel. The three teenagers had been missing since June 12, while hitchhiking in the West Bank, and were presumed to have been abducted by terrorists. Israeli authorities had a few days ago named two Hamas members as prime suspects in the terror attack. July 01, 2014. Photo byAndrew Friedman
About the Author: Andrew Friedman is a senior correspondent for The Jerusalem Report magazine and the Israel correspondent for The Australia/Israel Review magazine.
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