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Watch: Traffic Light In Israel Features Yellow Ribbon To Raise Awareness Of Gaza Hostages

A traffic light in Tel Aviv now features a yellow ribbon to remind people that 120 hostages are still in Gaza, waiting to return home. Hamas captured approximately 250 hostages during the October 7 attack, which resulted in about 1,200 deaths. This traffic light in Tel Aviv displays a yellow ribbon, serving as a reminder […]

Traffic light in Tel Aviv
Traffic light in Tel Aviv

A traffic light in Tel Aviv now features a yellow ribbon to remind people that 120 hostages are still in Gaza, waiting to return home. Hamas captured approximately 250 hostages during the October 7 attack, which resulted in about 1,200 deaths.

This traffic light in Tel Aviv displays a yellow ribbon, serving as a reminder that 120 hostages remain in Gaza and must be brought back home.

The video was shared on Israel’s official Twitter account.

About half of the hostages captured during the October 7 incident were released as part of a weeklong ceasefire in November.

Earlier this month, Israel conducted its largest rescue operation since the conflict began on October 7, rescuing four individuals held captive by Hamas. Among those rescued was 26-year-old Noa Argamani, who had spent 245 days in Hamas’ captivity. Argamani was abducted with her boyfriend, Avinatan Or, during the Nova music festival. Distressing footage of her abduction by militants had widely circulated online. Following her rescue, she received global recognition almost immediately.

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