Israel teddy bear display highlights Hamas’ child hostages

A display has emerged in Tel Aviv of nearly three dozen teddy bears blindfolded to raise awareness of the young children being held captive by the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas. 

Each of the brown and white stuffed animals featured a picture of one of the roughly 30 children, some as young as 9 months old, who are among the 222 people held hostage in Gaza by Hamas fighters following its attack on Israel on Oct. 7. The bears set up near a fountain were dabbed with fake blood, according to The Associated Press. 

“It’s just unbelievable. There’s like no words. Because,

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