Bring them homeing the Israeli government is facing criticism from its own people afraid for the more than 200 hostages believed to be held by [Applause] Hamas family members of the missing were joined by tens of thousands of protesters as they finished a 5-day March from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem they’re
Demanding the government do more to secure the host’s release they fear Israel’s Siege is jeopardizing the lives of their loved ones it’s very very important all what we’re here for is to state to to the government that they have to treat they have to talk to us or
To the families they have to talk to the families it’s impossible that there are 240 kidnapped people and the government our government isn’t talking to them doesn’t isn’t telling them what’s going on what’s on the what’s on the table what are the offers what are the reasons for and against nothing nobody’s talking
To them still have hope but each day they’re there it’s uh it’s a danger for them for their life and for their soul so we really really need them home now today is my husband birthday he’s 63 and his mother yafa Adar is kiped she is
85 years old and we are not with her and we are Marching we are Marching to Jerusalem to to bring a b back to to sh to shout and to say that she must be here back with all the all the kets H we don’t have time we don’t have one hour
More we don’t know if she is alive a
Thousands of people marched to Jerusalem to demand the Israeli government do more to secure the release of more than 200 people captured and held hostage by Hamas in the Oct. 7 attack.
Relatives and supporters of the hostages marched from Tel Aviv and camped just outside Jerusalem overnight, before finishing the walk at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office on Saturday.
“We don’t have time, we don’t have one more hour — we don’t know if she’s alive,” said one woman, Adriana Adri, about her elderly mother in law who was taken along with her 63-year-old husband.
The captives, ranging from babies to grandparents, are believed to be held by Hamas militants in tunnels deep under the Gaza Strip.
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