Audio slideshow: Marching in anger

Around 15,000 people take to the street in a "day of anger" over the war in Gaza.

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    Thousands of people turned out on Qatar's streets on Friday to protest against the now more than two weeks of Israeli assault on the Gaza Strip.

    The attacks have drawn an angry response from across the Arab world, while demonstrations against the war have been held from Sydney to Sao Paulo.

    In Doha, about 15,000 people marched in a "day of anger" called by Islamic scholar Yusuf al-Qardawi.

    MORE:
     War on Gaza - A special report
     Live Twitter updates on Gaza
     Audio slideshow: Rallying for Gaza

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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