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Groups supporting both Israel and Palestine held rallies across the United States on Friday, amid the intense conflict between ...
Israel and Hamas militants. (July 25)
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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYAtlanta, Georgia - July 25, 20141. Group of Palestine supporters chant 2. Pan from police to Israel supporters holding flags3. Woman waves Israel flag and dances4. Group of Palestine supporters chant and banner5. Pan from Israel supporters to policeAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYLos Angeles - California - July 25, 20146. Men bow and pray7. Girls with Palestinian flags painted on their cheeks pray8. Women bow their heads9. Group chants and holds flags and large banner10. Girls chant and wave flags beside busy road11. Group chants and holds flags and signsSTORYLINE:Groups supporting both Israel and Palestine held rallies across the United States on Friday amid the intense conflict between Israel and Hamas militants.Atlanta Police estimated about 500 people participated, with around 250 standing on either side of the street outside the Atlanta headquarters of CNN.Supporters of Palestine chanted, waved signs and flags.Supporters of Israel held the country's blue and white flags.Atlanta police officers stood on the sidewalks near the demonstrators. Muslims in Los Angeles showed their support for Palestinians.The organization American Muslims for Palestine held Friday prayers and a rally.Men, women and children bowed in prayer and then took up flags and banners to call for an end to the deadly violence in Gaza. The event comes less than two weeks after a pro-Israel demonstration at the same location that ended with an altercation between participants and a group of Palestinian supporters who showed up.