Families of hostages are pleading with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for more information on the release of their loved ones.
This week, tens of thousands of Israeli supporters marched from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in protest at the government’s failure to rescue hostages.
Families of Israeli hostages kidnapped by Hamas were the focus of the support as the procession marched for three days.
The march will conclude on Saturday in front of the home of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Up to 238 Hamas hostages remain in Gaza, with 10 of them suspected to be Americans.
Following the rally, Israeli hostage families will meet with war cabinet Minister Benny Gantz and cabinet observer Minister Gadi Eisenkot.
The families have asked to meet with Netanyahu, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant, and cabinet observer Strategic Affairs Minister Ron Dermer, but their requests have gone unanswered.
Protesters were joined by Opposition Leader Yair Lapid on the penultimate part of their trek.
To mixed success, several government officials have attempted to reach out and express sympathy with the march.
“I knew coming here would be difficult. “I knew I’d get yelled at,” cabinet minister Miki Zohar remarked as he spoke with demonstrators who were yelling him down.
“However, it doesn’t matter. “I came here to tell you as emphatically as I could that we will do everything – everything – to bring everyone home,” he concluded.
The Gaza health ministry, which is managed by Hamas, claims that more than 11,200 Gazans have been killed in the battle, however they make no distinction between Palestinian civilians and Hamas militants.