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    Lord Palmerstone wrote:
    This'll run and run. Does anyone else smell the anti-Semitic fascist left? The sound and fury above rather gives their game away.
    Palestinians are and have always lived on the land and have more Semite blood in them than the European settlers ..... may be its time you stopped reading the SUN and the daily mail for your history lessons :)
    Zionism = FASCISM , look up the meaning of 'GOYIM' and it will give you all the answers you need ."
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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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