GENEVA – The mother of one of three teenagers missing from settlements in the West Bank is pleading with the United Nations and the world to do more to help find the three boys.
Rachelle Fraenkel says she is living "every mother's nightmare" to have her 16-year-old Israeli-American son Naftali kidnapped with the other two boys on their way home from school and receive "nothing, no news, no sign of life."
She told the 47-nation U.N. Human Rights Council on Tuesday that it has a duty to fulfill and "much more can be done and should be done by so many."
The three Jewish seminary students disappeared June 12 while hitchhiking in the West Bank. Israel has blamed the Islamic militant Hamas group for the apparent abduction, but has offered no proof.