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19:27 - 2009-01-05

Lebanese Condemn Israeli onslaught on Gaza


Thousands of people in Lebanon stage a protest rally in front of the US embassy in Beirut to condemn Israeli massacre of the Palestinians in Gaza Strip.
Lebanese condemn Israeli onslaught on Gaza
Lebanese protestors converge on US embassy in Beirut to voice strong support for Gazans against the Zionist regime of Israel
People in Lebanon stage a rally in front of the US embassy and a sit-in outside the UN building in Beirut to decry Zionists' slaughtering of innocent people in Gaza Strip
Reports said that the Lebanese police used water hoses to try to push hundreds of demonstrators away from the US Embassy in the Lebanese capital.
When that failed, they fired tear gas, Lebanese security officials said.
A second Beirut protest - a sit-in outside the UN building - also drew thousands of supporters of Hamas and Lebanon's Islamic Group, dispatches said.
Lebanese protestors shout support for Hamas
Thousands of people in Lebanon stage a protest rally in front of the US embassy in Beirut to condemn Israeli massacre of the Palestinians in Gaza Strip.
Lebanese condemn Israeli onslaught on Gaza
Lebanese protestors converge on US embassy in Beirut to voice strong support for Gazans against the Zionist regime of Israel
People in Lebanon stage a rally in front of the US embassy and a sit-in outside the UN building in Beirut to decry Zionists' slaughtering of innocent people in Gaza Strip
Reports said that the Lebanese police used water hoses to try to push hundreds of demonstrators away from the US Embassy in the Lebanese capital.
When that failed, they fired tear gas, Lebanese security officials said.
A second Beirut protest - a sit-in outside the UN building - also drew thousands of supporters of Hamas and Lebanon's Islamic Group, dispatches said.