Family members of the hostages being held by terrorists in Gaza are setting out from Be’er Yaakov on the second day of their march from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
The group has asked the public to join them.
The march is heading toward the Ramla-Lod interchange, where they will be met by local residents at around 1 p.m.
The group will then march toward Beit Hashmonai, where they will spend the night.
Thousands of local residents arrived to greet the group as it arrived in Be’er Yaakov last night.
The group of relatives of the estimated 240 hostages and their supporters set out on the protest march on Tuesday afternoon, despite torrential rain at times throughout the day.
They are set to arrive in Jerusalem on Saturday.
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