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From Gaza with pain – and dignity Parisians fill the streets of Paris despite the ban, heeding Professor Qumsiyeh’s call: “All of us need to turn off our computers and our TVs and go down to the streets – after we tell others to join us!”

Parisians fill the streets of Paris despite the ban, heeding Professor Qumsiyeh’s call: “All of us need to turn off our computers and our TVs and go down to the streets – after we tell others to join us!”

People take part in a demonstration in Marseille, southern France, on July 19, 2014, to protest against Israel’s military campaign in Gaza and show their support to the Palestinian people. In Paris, despite a rare police ban and warnings from President Francois Hollande, hundreds began massing for their march but clashed with police who blocked their route. AFP PHOTO / FRANCK PENNANT

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