Jews Demonstrate Against Zionism
From AP

An orthodox Jew diplays his concern of the Middle East crisis on the eve of a U.N.
conference against racism in Durban Thursday Aug. 30, 2001.
(AP Photo/Obed Zilwa)


Orthodox Jews and pro-Palestinian supporters participate in a protest march
in Durban, South Africa, Friday Aug. 31, 2001 to coincide with the opening of the
UN Racism Conference. The series of photographs on the banner show Mohammed
Aldura, 12, crouching with his father Jamal Aldura during clashes with Israeli forces
in September 2000. Mohammed was fatally shot during the gun battle which was
captured on video.
(AP Photo/Karel Prinsloo)


Palestinian and Israeli protesters walk hand in hand during a protest march,
Friday Aug. 31, 2001, on the first day of the World Racism Conference in Durban,
South Africa. About 10,000 demonstrators, many protesting the treatment of
Palestinians by Israel and the slow pace of land redistribution in South Africa,
marched through the streets of Durban as the conference opened.
(AP Photo/Karel Prinsloo)


Rabbi Mordecai Weberman (R), of the organization Jews United
Against Zionism, and Massoud Shadjareh, of the Islamic Human Rights Commission
(L), stand outside the World Conference Against Racism (WCAR), in Durban
August 30, 2001. The World Conference Against Racism is due to start August 31,
despite the absence of the United States which is staying away in protest against
proposals equating Zionism with racism, and the issue of reparations for slavery.
REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 


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