The full recording of the emergency call placed by one of three abducted teens, in which the kidnappers can be heard celebrating, was released.
Elana Sztokman felt old at the funeral for Israel’s slain teens, a massive gathering dominated by Jewish adolescents. What will they take away from this formative event?
The plea for help — ‘They’ve kidnapped me’ — came in a whisper on a furtive cell phone call to Israeli police. Listen to the heartbreaking recording here.
Israeli forces have identified the bodies of the three missing Israeli teens — Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Shaar and Naftali Fraenkel — buried in a field near Hebron.
An advertisement calling for the return of three kidnapped Israeli teens is running on a digital billboard in Times Square.
Members of a German pro-Israel group were injured in an attack while demonstrating solidarity with three Israeli teens kidnapped in the West Bank.
A Palestinian student’s Facebook photo shows him celebrating last year’s Arab Idol winner. So why do Israeli news sites claim he’s celebrating the kidnapping of three Israelis?
Several participants in a rally at the Israeli consulate in New York on behalf of the three kidnapped Israeli teens later joined a second rally nearby focused on the kidnapping of 200 Nigerian girls.
The kidnapping of three boys has changed the rhythm of life for all Israelis, Marcy Oster writes from the West Bank. But some routines — like hitchhiking — haven’t changed at all.
Twitter isn’t the only place Israelis have taken a stand to #BringBackOurBoys.