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WATCH LIVE: Thousands at ‘Bring Them Home’ solidarity rally

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Three of the community’s main organisations have partnered for a solidarity rally at 4pm on Sunday afternoon at Trafalgar Square. 

The British Board of Deputies, (BOD), Jewish Leadership Council (JLC) and UJIA are expecting a huge turnout in support of the return of victims kidnapped by Hamas.

The IDF has so far notified the families of 203 hostages that their loved ones are being held in the Gaza Strip.

JLC co-CEO Claudia Mendoza tells Jewish News: “It is important for people to be able to come together, community members, allies and Israelis, to be able to stand with one clear, united message: that our hearts are with all the hostages and they must be brought home without delay.”

UJIA Mandie Winston says: “Over 200 Israelis and foreign nationals are held hostage in Gaza. Our community must make our voices heard in demanding their release. On Sunday we stand with their families and cry out with them, and we call on all people of conscience to do whatever they can to bring them home.”

The police and CST will be in attendance.


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