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18:29 - 2009-01-12

Pakistanis Stage Protest Rally in Support of Palestinians

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Protestors call on Muslim leaders to stand up to the Zionist regime of Israel
Ralliers urge Muslim unity to protect defenseless people in Gaza
People in Pakistan stage a rally to condemn Israeli brutalities in Gaza Strip
Pakistanis voice support for the Palestinians
Pakistan's Jamaat-e Islami Party organizes a rally in Islamabad and other cities in the Muslim country to condemn the Israeli assault on Gaza.
Angry Muslims in Islamabad and other cities in Pakistan hold demonstrations in support of Gazans
Led by Qazi Hussain Ahmad, the Jamaat-e Islami Party condemned the Gaza massacre and criticized US double standards regarding the current conflict.
Qazi Hussain Ahmad came down hard on Muslim rulers, saying, "People and masses must come to streets and should force the rulers to do their duty for Muslims and Palestinians."
At least 912 Palestinians have been killed since Israel launched its onslaught on December 27 while a number of 4100 have been wounded.
Despite a UN Security Council resolution which calls for an immediate cessation of hostilities, the Israeli regime continued its savage attacks on Gaza Strip for the 17th consecutive day on Monday.
Protestors call on Muslim leaders to stand up to the Zionist regime of Israel
Ralliers urge Muslim unity to protect defenseless people in Gaza
People in Pakistan stage a rally to condemn Israeli brutalities in Gaza Strip
Pakistanis voice support for the Palestinians
Pakistan's Jamaat-e Islami Party organizes a rally in Islamabad and other cities in the Muslim country to condemn the Israeli assault on Gaza.
Angry Muslims in Islamabad and other cities in Pakistan hold demonstrations in support of Gazans
Led by Qazi Hussain Ahmad, the Jamaat-e Islami Party condemned the Gaza massacre and criticized US double standards regarding the current conflict.
Qazi Hussain Ahmad came down hard on Muslim rulers, saying, "People and masses must come to streets and should force the rulers to do their duty for Muslims and Palestinians."
At least 912 Palestinians have been killed since Israel launched its onslaught on December 27 while a number of 4100 have been wounded.
Despite a UN Security Council resolution which calls for an immediate cessation of hostilities, the Israeli regime continued its savage attacks on Gaza Strip for the 17th consecutive day on Monday.
Protestors call on Muslim leaders to stand up to the Zionist regime of Israel
Ralliers urge Muslim unity to protect defenseless people in Gaza