A Path of Hope for the Kidnapped: KKL-JNF Paints the Forest in Yellow in a Special Installation

KKL-JNF created a special installation for the people kidnapped on October 7 at the Protzei HaDerech recreation area on Road 1 on the way to Jerusalem.

The sight of the installation is deeply moving: along the way leading to the monument are pillars with the photographs of the kidnapped. A yellow flower, which became a symbol for the hope of seeing the kidnapped return, is on each pillar.

KKL-JNF invites the public to visit the site and join the kidnapped and their families in the hope of seeing the kidnapped released. At the entrance to the installation are yellow ribbons and visitors are invited to tie a yellow ribbon around one of the trees in site.

KKL-JNF Chair, Ifat Ovadia-Luski: "During Israel's War of Independence, the Jewish people fought for their freedom on the way to Jerusalem, which was then under siege. Now, 75 years later, we fight for the freedom of our sons and daughters, kidnapped by a vicious enemy to the Gaza Strip. Our thoughts and intentions have strength of their own, and right now they are devoted to our precious sons and daughters that were taken from their families. The public is invited to visit the site, tie a yellow ribbon and express the wish to bring them all home."