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Middle East / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Violence #1126255

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 06, 2014
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(Studio: Ana Cabrera) The US response to the house arrest of a Florida teen in Jerusalem noted. [Aunt Sanah ABU KHDEIR†- describes the efforts of the State Department and the American Embassy to secure her nephew’s release.]

(Jerusalem: Ben Wedeman) The investigation into Tariq Abu Khdeir††’s involvement in protests following the murder of his Palestinian cousin, which was in retaliation for the kidnapping and murder of 3 Israeli teens, reviewed; video shown of Israeli police punching & kicking Tariq after the funeral for his cousin. [T. ABU KHDEIR – says he feels better after being released from the police.] [Mother Suha ABU KHDEIR†- says they will pursue charges against the police who beat him.] [Father Salah Eddeine ABU KHDEIR†- doubts the investigation will be fair.]

Reporter(s):
Cabrera, Ana;
Wedeman, Ben
Duration:
00:03:20

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