Tariq Khdeir, a 15-year-old U.S. citizen, is seen with his father Salahedeen Khdeir in the family house in East Jerusalem, July 14th, 2014. Above them is a banner commemorating Tariq’s cousin, Mohammed Abu Khdeir, who was abducted and killed by Israeli extremists. During violent protests triggered by the killing, Tariq was severely beaten by Israeli police and then taken into custody.
Tariq Khdeir, a 15-year-old U.S. citizen, is seen with his father Salahedeen Khdeir in the family house in East Jerusalem, July 14th, 2014. Above them is a banner commemorating Tariq’s cousin, Mohammed Abu Khdeir, who was abducted and killed by Israeli extremists. During violent protests triggered by the killing, Tariq was severely beaten by Israeli police and then taken into custody. MCT
Tariq Khdeir, a 15-year-old U.S. citizen, is seen with his father Salahedeen Khdeir in the family house in East Jerusalem, July 14th, 2014. Above them is a banner commemorating Tariq’s cousin, Mohammed Abu Khdeir, who was abducted and killed by Israeli extremists. During violent protests triggered by the killing, Tariq was severely beaten by Israeli police and then taken into custody. MCT

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