In Pictures: How the IDF is Bringing Back Our Boys

June 18, 2014

3 min read

As Israel enters the sixth day since Eyal Yifrah, 19, Gilad Shaar, 16, and Naftali Frenkel, 16, were abducted by terrorists in Judea, the IDF is leaving no stone unturned in searching for the boys. Here are some pictures from Operation Brother’s Keeper in which IDF soldiers are working tirelessly to #BringBackOurBoys.

IDF troops search the marketplace in Hebron

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Troops readying for deployment to Judea and Samaria

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Nighttime raid in a known terrorist hotbed

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As dawn approaches in Hebron, the IDF continues its search

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Soldiers await a signal in a midnight sweep of Hamas terrorists

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Walking through the deserted streets in Judea in search of the boys

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Troops assemble to discuss a plan of action in the hills of Judea

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IDF soldiers check a hidden cave for any sign of life. Caves are frequently used by terrorists to hide.

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An armored vehicle stands guard near a Palestinian home being searched

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Troops enter a Palestinian city at sunrise in search of the boys

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IDF Special Forces talk strategy before deploying into dangerous Palestinian territory

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Soldiers walk through the narrow, winding streets of Hebron where the three teens are suspected of being held captive

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Troops comb the rooftops in Hebron, looking for any clues

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All photos from IDF Flicker

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