Only 50 people attend Land Day protest in Germany

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March 30, 2012 21:03

 
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Palestinian Germans staged a scarcely attended rally in the heart of the government district on Friday to call for the expulsion of Israel from its capital Jerusalem.

Police officials told the Post that roughly 50 protesters appeared at the anti-Israel rally across from the chancellery, the seat of Merkel’s administration.

Several pro-Israel activists appeared at the event, including one man who stood in front of the pro-Palestinian red banner with the words “Global March to Jerusalem 2012: Jerusalem for everybody!” The police intervened to separate the two pro-Israel supporters from the largely Palestinian group.

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