France 120 000 protest Gaza massacre, Jews and Arabs for peace
France 120 000, Paris alone 20 000 protesters
The movement "Juifs et Arabs pour la paix", "Jews and Arabs for peace" a special Paris peace action marched together to stop the massacre in Gaza. On the photos to see the massacred Palestine children. The south, the french riviera, Helicopters flying, police securing McDonalds and Jewish owned gambling Casinos under attack as protest. In parallel 120 000 demonstrated in LONDON/UK, Berlin everywhere in Europe. Israel has lost moral ground on it's smart Genocide attack plan to avoid a Palestine state. The fear goes around at local french communities living in peace and now under tension about Gaza
One of the biggest protests took place in Paris, where marchers demanded an end to the killing. Organisers said 20,000 people took part, watched by nearly four thousand police.
Security was stepped up after last weekend’s demonstration saw violent clashes and burned cars. More than 80 similar demonstrations took place in towns and cities across France, with protestors branding President Sarkozy and other world leaders criminals for not denouncing Israel’s actions.
French Riviera :
McDonalds windows smashed, US paymaster
Casino Ruhl received Stone hail, owner
Elsewhere in France, smaller crowds gathered for demonstrations in several cities. In Nice, on the Mediterranean Riviera, protesters smashed the windows of a McDonald's restaurant and threw stones at the seafront Ruhl casino.
"McDonald's because they're American, they're the paymasters," one marcher said. "And Ruhl because they're Jews," added another
100 000 people, TV-TF1 estimates 120 000
Paris - Tens of thousands of people protested in Paris on Saturday Israel's attacks on the Gaza Strip, with the organizers claiming 100,000 people at the demonstration.The demonstration was organized by the 'Collective for a just and lasting peace between Israelis and Palestinians,' an alliance of several lobby groups, trade unions and left-wing parties.
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