Conservative MP launches #ProjectBringThemHome

Ottawa, ON – Today, Conservative member of Parliament for Charleswood-St. James -Assiniboia-Headingley, Marty Morantz, announced the launch of #ProjectBringThemHome.

On October 7th, Hamas brutally murdered over 1400 Israeli citizens including babies, children, and the elderly, and kidnapped over 200 more.

“Today, I am calling on Canadians and Members of Parliament to adopt a hostage in support of the hostages and their families,” said MP Morantz.

Morantz has updated his Facebook and “X” platforms to include a photo of Raz Katz-Asher who is 4 years old and has been held captive by Hamas terrorists since October 7th.

“There are 240 completely innocent civilians who have now been held hostage by Hamas terrorists for 43 days. Hamas needs to release all the hostages without delay and without conditions,” said Morantz. “My hope is that this campaign will raise the profile of the hostages so that the international community increases pressure on Hamas to release the hostages.”

For those who wish to participate, all you need to do is go to www.kidnappedfromisrael.com and post a picture of the hostage or hostages you would like to adopt on the masthead of your social media accounts along with the hashtag “#ProjectBringThemHome” as well as the link to that website.

“It’s time to bring them all home,” concluded Morantz.

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