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    rudolph_hucker wrote:
    Charlie Bucket wrote:
    rudolph_hucker wrote:
    The Middle East.... The problems there will never be solved until we let all countries involved get on with fighting each other.
    They have been doing it for generations and it has become a tradition.
    Hatred gets passed on like fables.
    Who are we to stop them?
    They are never going to live in peace. They don't want to live in peace. The perpetual state of conflict defines their lives and gives them purpose, national identity, and something to fight for.
    Let us accept that and instead look at problems WITHIN our country.
    You don't think, perhaps, that we WITHIN this country share some responsibility for the situation? We've never sold arms to the middle east, for example?
    Not really they would simply have bought weapons from someone else if not use.
    I presume I can apply that same exact logic to drug dealers next time you're on here demanding they all get hanged."
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Rally in protest at Gaza conflict attracts hundreds to Southampton Guildhall

Hundreds expected to protest in Southampton at Gaza conflict

Hundreds expected to protest in Southampton at Gaza conflict

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Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Senior reporter

HUNDREDS of people have taken to the streets of Southampton today in protest over the conflict in Gaza.

Chants of "Free Palestine" can be heard across the city centre as people make their voices heard over the ongoing crisis.

Hundreds of people have lost their lives in the conflict between Israel and Palestinians.

Daily Echo:

The Southampton demo marched from the Guildhall before ending at the BBC South headquarters.

Today’s protest saw significantly more protestors taking part in the march than a similar one on Tuesday.

Abdullah Catell, who organised the demo, said: "We are praying all the time for these people.

"We need to unite everyone, from all different political parties and faiths.

"This is not a lone protest - this is the start of a movement."

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