February 22, 2024

Israeli media reported a large installation set up in Tel Aviv’s Dizengoff Square, demanding the death penalty for the perpetrators of Hamas’s deadly October 7 massacre. The structure features a rope gallows framed by a pair of giant wings, with the faces of the victims covering the surface of the wings. It sits in front of the square’s iconic “Fire and Water Fountain,” also covered with tributes to the murdered. The public defense in Israel has refused to represent the terrorists captured after the October 7 attacks, and the Israel Prison Service has begun processing the captured Hamas terrorists into the prison system in Israel.