Tuesday marked the one-month anniversary of the brutal Hamas massacre of more than 1,400 Israelis on Oct. 7, and the Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) and March of the Living International (MOTL) held a somber virtual memorial ceremony to remember the dead and draw international attention to the unimaginable plight of the around 240 men, women, and children of all ages still languishing in captivity in the Gaza Strip.
Speakers included: Adar Elyon, sister of Shira Elyon, who was murdered at the Nova music festival; David Bar, brother-in-law of Naomi Shitrit, who was murdered while out for a run near Yad Mordechai; Galit Lapidot Goren, aunt of Tiferet Lapidot, who was murdered at the Nova music festival; Alon Marek, survivor of the Nova music festival; Michal Rahav, survivor from Kibbutz Nirim; Linor Attias, a United Hatzalah medic who responded to the Oct. 7 attack; Lihi and Ruby Tzin, aunt and cousin of Dafna (15) and Ella Tzin (8), who were kidnapped by Hamas; Nate Leipciger, an Auschwitz Holocaust survivor; and Aviva Klompas, co-founder of Boundless Israel.
Recordings of all the remarks can be viewed HERE.
In the days, months, and years ahead, CAM will continue to commemorate the Oct. 7 victims and help Israeli society deal with the indelible scars left behind by Hamas’ violent aggression.
It’s been one month since the Hamas infiltrated Israel, slaughtered innocent civilians, and took more than 200 hostage.
We commemorate the victims of this horrific attack and reaffirm our commitment to doing everything possible to ensure the release of the hostages. https://t.co/4cmd3KZQ0L
— Combat Antisemitism Movement (@CombatASemitism) November 7, 2023
Watch a full recording of Tuesday’s broadcast HERE:
Please sign CAM’s “Free the Hostages” petition HERE.
On Nov. 14, CAM is co-organizing the “March for Israel” on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
For more information, please visit: marchforisrael.org