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PHOTO GALLERY: The faces that support Palestine


Palestine in Faces
A woman poses for a photo as she protests during a rally in support of Palestine outside US Federal Building & Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on May 18, 2021. AFP
Palestine in Faces
A Palestinian living in Lebanon painted Palestinian flags on her face during a march in support of Palestinians, in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, May 18, 2021. AP
Palestine in Faces
A young demonstrator painted his face with the colors of the Palestine flag as people demonstrate in support of Palestine during the Los Angeles Nakba 73: Resistance Until Liberation rally and protest from the US Federal Building to the Consulate of Israel on May 15, 2021. AFP
Palestine in Faces
Protesters march through neighborhoods near a Ford Motor Company plant in Dearborn, Michigan on May 18, 2021. AFP
Palestine in Faces
Supporters of Palestine hold a protest in front of the Israeli Embassy in Washington, DC on May 18, 2021. AFP
Palestine in Faces
A woman sporting the word "Palestine" in Arabic on her forehead takes part in a demonstration marking the 73rd anniversary of the "Naqba" (catastrophe) in Madrid on May 15, 2021. AFP
Palestine in Faces
A protester carries a placard as she takes part in a demonstration along with others in support of Palestine during an anti-Israel protest rally in Islamabad on May 17, 2021. AFP
Palestine in Faces
A pro-Palestinian supporter holds a placard reading 'Free Palestine' during a protest to condemn the ongoing Israeli air strikes on Gaza, in Durban on May 18, 2021. AFP
Palestine in Faces
Demonstrators hold Palestine flags and placards as they chant in support of Palestine in midtown Manhattan, New York City on May 18, 2021. AFP
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As Israel continues its deadly campaign against the Gaza Strip, thousands around the world took to the streets 'in style' to support the Palestinian struggle in the occupied territories

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