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More pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian protests in Toronto
On Sunday, supporters protested for the second day in a row.
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Pro-Israel protesters duck from "rockets" in solidarity
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Pro-Palestine and pro-Israel protesters rallied in Toronto on Sunday, for the second day in a row.

Israel supporters gathered in Queen’s park where they waved both Israel and Canadian flags.  Demonstrators also acted in solidarity with those in Israel by simulating a rocket warning and having everyone duck for cover.

There were reports of isolated violent incidents, where instigators were quickly removed by Toronto Police.  

The pro-Palestinian protestors marched on Bloor around the Israeli consulate. Across the street, in front of the Royal Ontario Museum, a large splash of red paint was thrown on the sidewalk to signify the lives lost in Gaza. People hoisted signs that read, “Save Palestine.”

There were no road closures because of the protest.

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Pro-Israel protesters duck from "rockets" in solidarity
Amanda Cupido/Newstalk 1010

Pro-Palestine and pro-Israel protesters rallied in Toronto on Sunday, for the second day in a row.

Israel supporters gathered in Queen’s park where they waved both Israel and Canadian flags.  Demonstrators also acted in solidarity with those in Israel by simulating a rocket warning and having everyone duck for cover.

There were reports of isolated violent incidents, where instigators were quickly removed by Toronto Police.  

The pro-Palestinian protestors marched on Bloor around the Israeli consulate. Across the street, in front of the Royal Ontario Museum, a large splash of red paint was thrown on the sidewalk to signify the lives lost in Gaza. People hoisted signs that read, “Save Palestine.”

There were no road closures because of the protest.

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