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Images of kidnapped Israeli children displayed across London

A major #BringThemBack advertising campaign launched by Campaign Against Antisemitism is going round London displaying the faces of hostages taken by Hamas

Shoppers pass the image of Ariel, age 4.
Shoppers pass the image of Ariel, age 4.

A major #BringThemBack digital advertising campaign has started across London calling for the return of Hamas hostages.

Campaign Against Antisemitism are using digital billboards and mobile advertising trucks to display the faces of those kidnapped by Hamas in the terror attacks on 7 October. Among them are four year-olds Ariel and Raz, five year-old Amelia and 12 year-old Eitan.

Campaign Against Antisemitism intends to roll the advertising out nationwide.

Image of Eitan, age 12, at Waterloo

Gideon Falter, chief executive of Campaign Against Antisemitism, said: “We have joined the efforts by Jews all around the world to show the faces of those kidnapped by Hamas in the worst single antisemitic atrocity since the Holocaust.

“The actions of Hamas are all but indistinguishable from those of ISIS. While the BBC may not be able to bring itself to all this terror, we know that the British public has a strong sense of right and wrong. This is why we have put the faces of those taken into captivity where nobody can fail to see them.

“Decent people in Britain will see the innocents taken hostage by Hamas and share in our urgent desire to bring them back.”

Images of Hamas captives Amelia, 5, and Ariel, 4, seen passing Buckingham Palace


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