Bangladesh: Muslims protest Israeli assault

August 11, 2006 13:29


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About 500 Muslims rallied in the Bangladeshi capital Friday to protest Israel's assaults on Lebanon, denouncing the Jewish state and burning its flag, police said. Shouting anti-Israel slogans and carrying banners and placards, activists from about half a dozen hard-line Islamic groups marched through streets in front of the Dhaka's main Baitul Mokarram mosque, Dhaka Metropolitan police official Fawzia Khanam said. No violence was reported immediately, she said.

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