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  • "What has that got to do with the current Gaza crisis Lordi? THe facts are that Israel has laughed in the face of international law for over forty years, builds illegal settlements on occupied land and uses way beyond reasonable force in order to keep Palestinian populations at bay. How is it anti-semitic to suggest it's wrong to withold water, electricity, fuel and building materials from a population which is under aerial bombardment every few years?

    You're spot on that Hamas are horrific, but the Israeli government does its level best to sustain their support by wreaking havoc in Gaza and elsewhere. THe current government needs Hamas and is quite happy with them. Given the limited but real dangers faced by Israeli citizens from the conflict you could suggest Netanyahu is keeping his administration afloat by playing fast and loose with their safety."
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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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