Bring Hadar Goldin Home

Demand: Put pressure on Hamas to return Hadar Goldin to Israel

Join us demanding that governments, humanitarian organizations and international forums put pressure on Hamas to return Lt. Hadar Goldin to his family.

Hadar Goldin, an officer in the Givati Brigade of the IDF, was killed and kidnapped by Hamas terrorists in the summer of 2014, during Operation Protective Edge, two hours after a U.N-U.S-brokered ceasefire that was violated by Hamas.. Hadar’s body is still held by Hamas, in blatant disregard of international law and humanitarian concerns.

Please join the Goldin Family, in partnership with StandWithUs, in signing a petition that will be presented to leading figures in government, humanitarian aid and diplomacy, to put pressure on Hamas to return Hadar to proper burial in Israel.

Bring Hadar Goldin Home

We the undersigned demand the return of Lt. Hadar Goldin to proper burial in Israel.

On August 1, 2014, during Operation Protective Edge, two hours after Hamas agreed to a cease-fire in the war in Gaza, Hamas terrorists ambushed three Israeli soldiers from a tunnel located in the basement of a house in Gaza. The terrorists killed two of the soldiers, and shot Hadar Goldin, a Lieutenant in the Givati Brigade (an elite combat unit of the IDF), dragging him into a tunnel in order to kidnap him.

Since then, Hadar's body has been held a bargaining chip by Hamas, an extremist terrorist organization committed to the destruction of the State of Israel.

The holding of Lt. Goldin is in blatant disregard of international law, humanitarian concerns and basic human decency. For too long, the international community has been silent in the face of this cruel exploitation of the Goldin Family's tragedy. Hadar deserves proper burial in Israel by his family, and we call upon the international community, many of whom send millions in aid to Gaza, to make their voice heard in support of what is right and demand from Hamas the return of Hadar to his family.

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