Explore the public plaza-turned-headquarters for the #BringThemHomeNow movement, born in the aftermath of Black Saturday. While walking around you will come across various art installations and banners, depicting messages on behalf of the Israeli hostages and their families. Spend your time going from one visual art piece to another, to really take in the thought behind each one. Witness the chilling impact of the eerie empty dinner table at Hostages Square in person, with each vacant seat serving as a poignant representation of a missing hostage. Afterwards, step into an immersive mock Hamas tunnel, walking through a dimly lit, claustrophobic passage while coming face to face with hostages’ names, family messages, and day count markings since October 7th. Throughout the week there are protests, community gatherings, news reporting, interviews, fundraisers, concerts, and speeches given at the square. A public initiative, Hostages Square stands as a testament to the strength and solidarity of the people of Israel and should not be missed.
All from: <https://stories.bringthemhomenow.net/>