Crowds gathered at Kelvingrove Art Gallery to bring hostages home.

Groups in Glasgow held up posters of people who have been kidnapped as a result of the conflict in Gaza.

It comes on the 100th day of war between Israel and Palestine, which was triggered by Hamas’ cross-border attack on October, 7, 2023.

Glasgow Times: Crowds gathered in GlasgowCrowds gathered in Glasgow (Image: Newsquest)

Glasgow Times: Groups gathered in the city Groups gathered in the city (Image: Newsquest)

This resulted in the Islamic militant group killing 1,200 people, mostly civilians, and taking 250 others hostage.

Now crowds are desperate to see the safe return of civilians who disappeared as a result of the combat.

They arrived with balloons and signs with pictures of people who are missing to raise awareness.

The event was organised by Bring Them Home Now Scotland, an organisation raising awareness of hostages kidnapped by Hamas.

We previously reported how health officials confirmed more than 23,400 Palestinians in Gaza have been killed in the war.

Dr Suhaib Alhamss described the war as “a disaster that’s bigger than all of us”.

Glasgow Times: The war has reached 100 daysThe war has reached 100 days (Image: Newsquest)