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    Protesters rally against AIPAC, outside the White House

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Freelance photographer armandog8 shot these photos yesterday of protests in Washington, D.C., connected to this week's meeting of the American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee [AIPAC]. The protesters called for a peaceful resolution to the current tensions between Iran, the U.S. and Israel, and for an independent Palestine.
    - jmsaba, CNN iReport producer

    As President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu met at the White House Monday afternoon, about 200 protesters demostrated against the potential bombing of Iran by Israel.

     

    Protesters met a12:30pm in front of the White House but were quickly told to take the protest to Lafayette Park. At the same time another group of protesters demanding 'Human rights for Vietnam' also happened to be at Lafayette park. After a few minutes of sorting things out the demonstrators from several groups such as: Code Pink, Occupy DC, True Torah Jews, and others, started chanting against Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's visit to the White House.

     

    The demonstration lasted about 2 hours and ended with Palestinian women dancing and chanting for a 'Free Palestine'.

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