The U.S. State Department said on Friday that it was “very concerned” with the well-being of three yeshiva students who have been missing in Judea and Samaria since Thursday, and of whom one is reportedly an Israeli-American.
“We are aware – of course seen the reports, are very concerned for their well-being,” Deputy State Department Spokeswoman Marie Harf told reporters. “The Secretary a short while ago expressed his concern in a meeting with Tzipi Livni in London and also has spoken with President Abbas this morning about it as well.”
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