25,000 Pro-Hamas protesters turned out for a march in Paris led by Communist and left-wing politicians today.
Demonstrators shout anti-Israeli slogans near a car set on fire during a protest against the ongoing Israeli military action in the Gaza Strip, in Paris, Saturday Jan. 3, 2009. Thousands of protesters across Europe march, rally and even hurl shoes or stones to demand an end to Israel’s week-old campaign of air attacks on the Gaza Strip. (AP/Thibault Camus)
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Like a beached turtle on its back, this car was flipped before it was torched…
An overturned vehicle is seen during a demonstration against the Israeli air strikes on Gaza, in Paris January 3, 2009. (REUTERS/Benoit Tessier)
After the Paris rally 500 of the protesting “youths” turned violent, throwing objects at police, burning Israeli flags, overturning and torching cars, and vandalizing several shops. Ten police officers were injured in the clashes and 20 protesters arrested.
An overturned vehicle is seen during a demonstration against the Israeli air strikes on Gaza, in Paris January 3, 2009. (AP/Thibault Camus).
This followed the 1147 burnt-out cars on New Year’s Eve.
They must want jobs.