Another voice maintains that support for Palestine and the Israeli hostages “is not mutually exclusive,” and adds: “They are children, they are innocent people.”
The woman responds angrily: “What happens to the children in Palestine?
One of the posters appears to show a two-year-old child.
Some of them are left lying on the pavement after being torn from the wall.
Another video posted on Twitter showed a group of people pasting similar posters showing the faces and names of missing people on the walls of BBC Broadcasting House.
The BBC has been criticized for not labeling Hamas as “terrorist.”
The BBC News style guide states that the word “terrorist” should not be used without attribution, suggesting instead words such as bomber, attacker, gunman, hijacker, insurgent and militant.
Among the children believed to have been taken hostage were four-year-old Ariel and nine-month-old Kfir Silberman Bibas, who were kidnapped along with their mother, Shiri.
At an event in London on Thursday, Noam Sagi and Sharone Lifschitz, whose elderly parents were taken from Kibbutz Nir Oz, called for all hostages to be returned safely.
Sagi said her mother Aga, 75, was kidnapped on Saturday, while Lifschitz said her parents, ages 85 and 83, are also missing from Kibbutz Nir Oz.