Rachel Goldberg-Polin, whose son Hersh Goldberg-Polin remains among 133 hostages held by Hamas in Gaza since October 7th, has been honored as one of TIME magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World for 2024. 

This recognition comes as a testament to her unwavering advocacy and efforts to raise global awareness about the ongoing hostage crisis.

Rachel's journey into the spotlight began when her son Hersh, along with 132 others, was taken hostage by Hamas into Gaza. Since then, she, alongside her husband Jon Polin and countless other families affected by the crisis, has tirelessly campaigned for the release of all captives.

The inclusion of Rachel Goldberg-Polin in the prestigious TIME100 list acknowledges the significant impact she has had in galvanizing support for the hostages' cause. Her advocacy has resonated not only with millions of people worldwide but also within the halls of power where decisions are made.... Read More: i24