JERUSALEM, ISRAEL (Worthy News)– Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanayahu addressed his cabinet today, saying the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) are continuing their search for the abducted three Israeli teenagers, and will soon provide to the world incontrovertible proof that Hamas is behind the recent kidnappings.
Netanayahu addressed Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas' condemnation of the kidnappings saying that "his remarks will be tested not only by actions to return the boys home, but by his willingness to dissolve the unity government with Hamas, which abducted the youths and calls for the destruction of Israel."
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