|Dog searching for three kidnapped yeshiva students|
(Scroll down for video) For the first time since the launch of Operation Brother’s Keeper, the Israeli Army used intelligent dogs in an attempt to sniff out the three kidnapped yeshiva students, who were abducted about two weeks ago.
Dozens of dogs were seen on video going from house to house, between gardens and courtyards, in the hope of finding signs of the kidnapped teens.
Throughout the operation, the military has focused on two objectives. One objective is to root out Hamas in the West Bank, and the other is to locate the kidnapped teens.
Chief of Staff Benny Gantz said that the Army is making all efforts to bring back the missing teens, and will continue to work night and day until the mission is complete.