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  • "People complaining about the traffic like what the hell?! That stupid pathetic carnival an excuse for drunkens to drink and cause havoc on the streets is okay for one to do?Whereas actually fighting for a cause is frown up on. For that horrendous carnival, the busses took different routes and roads where blocked but that so didn't get anyone late to go home as they have a job, yeah right ! But a bunch of people can act like complete **** on the street drunk beyond reasoning, was not getting in anyone's way of getting home but something fighting for freedom is, utter disappointment and shame on you heartless souls. Fighting for a cause regardless of the politics and religious views behind it is way beyond this matter, it's about being humane. If you have a ounce of humanity left in you, people who are fighting against this cause would have it in you to look beyond your beliefs, your racist views and actually want to help the people of Palestine not thinking of them as Muslims but humans like me and you actually giving them a life they deserve in the land that is rightfully theres, the land that was given to the Jewish community, in ww2 by the United Nations even though they had no right to do so. Support this cause for people who are getting bombed as you read this comment families getting torched separated kid as young as 1 new born babies becoming orphans because of something as stupid as a battle for the lands, what could have never of taken place if higher authority did not steal from the less fortunate."
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'Free Palestine' march holds up traffic in city centre

'Free Palestine' march holds up traffic in city centre

'Free Palestine' march holds up traffic in city centre

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MORE then 100 people are taking part in a Free Palestine march tonight.

Protesters took to the streets and were seen marching along Magdalen Bridge to Carfax Tower.

Traffic along the route is held-up as people walk along the road with placards. 

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