Israeli Government Pleads For Hostages To Be Sent Home In Super Bowl Ad

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The Israeli government bought time during Super Bowl LVIII for an ad pleading for the release of the hostages of the October 7 Hamas terrorist attack.

In the 30 second ad, titled “Bring All Dads Back Home” home, a narrator talked about the importance of fathers as video of those dads who have been held in captivity for more than 120 days played following the terrorist attack against Israel that left at least 1,200 Israelis dead.

The opening shot is football players running out on a field and then in a locker room waiting to go play, before an actual home video — dated October 6, 1998 — started to play of a father and son playing football outdoors together.

“To all the dads. The funny ones. The silly ones. The strong ones. The adventurous ones,” the voice over said, as more home video footage played showing different fathers cuddling …

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