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Palestine

Issue No. 1855

UP TO 200 people protested outside Downing Street on Thursday of last week against Israel's targeting of international activists in Palestine. 'We want an inquiry into the deaths of the internationals targeted by Israel,' the Palestinian film-maker Leila Sansour told Socialist Worker. 'The British government has shown incredible lameness in tackling the situation.'

Protesters marched down to Parliament Square where they were joined by members of solidarity activist Tom Hurndall's family. Tom is in a coma after an Israeli soldier shot him in the face in the town of Rafah.


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Sat 14 Jun 2003, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1855
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