Family Questions Daughter's Suicide Bombing NPR's Julie McCarthy visits a Palestinian family whose teenage daughter was arrested over a year ago by Israeli soldiers and charged with planning a suicide attack. The family believes their daughter to be innocent and wonders why other Palestinians are recruiting young people to be suicide bombers.
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Family Questions Daughter's Suicide Bombing

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Family Questions Daughter's Suicide Bombing

Family Questions Daughter's Suicide Bombing

Family Questions Daughter's Suicide Bombing

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NPR's Julie McCarthy visits a Palestinian family whose teenage daughter was arrested over a year ago by Israeli soldiers and charged with planning a suicide attack. The family believes their daughter to be innocent and wonders why other Palestinians are recruiting young people to be suicide bombers.

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