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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Titus Tuiasosopo
"When he told me the location, the time, I could go back and vividly remember those trips, the times that these guys came over," he said. "That part, right there, was kind of gut wrenching for me."
His father, Titus Tuiasosopo, said it was difficult to hear the details of the abuse his son suffered.