Israeli, Palestinian supporters protest in LA

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July 8, 2006 09:15

 
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Hundreds of Israeli and Palestinian supporters exchanged shouts across a busy street during demonstrations in response to recent violence in the Gaza Strip. Palestinian backers holding graphic signs showing Israeli soldiers involved in the conflict prayed outside a federal building in West Los Angeles on Friday. Across the street, pro-Israel activists staged a counter-protest, waving American, English and Israeli flags and displaying al-Qaida signs and fake rockets.

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