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    Meera_4 wrote:
    Quentin Walker wrote:
    What do they hope to achieve, I wonder?
    What do we hope? We hope to liberate Palestine from the opression of the extremists in Isreal, who think it's legitimate to murder innocent women and children. It has been this way for too long, and things need to change; and we want to make that change. So next time you 'wonder about what we're trying to achieve', open your eyes to what is happening in this world... People will only know about this act of inhumanity if the word is spread, and protests are pretty efficient for doing just that?
    Rumour has it that rockets are fired into Israel from Gaza. Surely, this can't be true?"
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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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