Dozens protests south of Hebron: 'Why don't Palestinians pay a price'

Dozens of residents from Beit Hagai, south of Hebron, gathered Saturday at the entrance of the settlement and waved Israel flags as a sign of solidarity with the three Israeli teens presumed to be kidnapped. Hundreds of others are protesting in various locations in the West Bank.


Meir Dana Pikar, one of the protesters at the rally at Beit Hagai, said, "it is unacceptable that as three of our boys are held captive, the Palestinians residents move freely in the highways here and don't pay any price". (Yoav Zitun)