Parents of kidnapped teens mull UN visit
The parents of the three abducted teens are considering flying Geneva, Switzerland Tuesday to appear before the UN Human Rights Council and hold meetings with representatives of the Red Cross .


The initiative to send the families to the UN belongs to Israel's Young Ambassadors. According to their plan, Rachel Frenkel, mother of Naftali Frenkel, one of the abducted teens, will make a speech before the UN council and call on the international community to intervene in order to help in the boys rapid released. (Itamar Eichner)