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Derry Protests Against Israel's Attacks on Gaza
A Rally attended by Hundreds of people in Derry Joined World Wide Protests
On Saturday afternoon (3rd January 09) hundreds of people in Derry joined the world wide protests against Israel's attacks on Gaza by attending a protest rally in Guildhall Square. They were addressed by Derry City Councillors from SDLP and Sinn Féin, and by members of DAWC and SWP.
The rally in Derry against Israel's attacks on Gaza being addressed by Councillor Gerry MacLochlainn (Sinn Fein). He called for a Boycott of Israeli goods.
On Saturday afternoon (3rd January 09) hundreds of people in Derry joined the world wide protests against Israel's attacks on Gaza by attending a protest rally in Guildhall Square.