Israeli soldiers arrest a Palestinian young man during clashes with Palestinians protesting against the murder of a Palestinian teenager in the occupied West Bank village of Al-Ram July 6, 2014.(AFP Photo/Abbbas Momani)
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu telephoned Monday the father of an occupied east Jerusalem teenager who was kidnapped and killed last week in a suspected revenge attack by Jewish extremists.The brutal murder of Mohammad Abu Khdeir, 16, Wednesday has sparked days of clashes between angry protesters and riot police which began in annexed east Jerusalem and have since spread to Arab towns in Israel. The grisly attack was believed to be in revenge for the abduction and murder in the occupied West Bank last month of three Israeli teenagers, two of them 16, which Israel has blamed on Islamist movement Hamas.
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