there is nothing in common between the two stories. pathetic attempts by the left lunatics cannot hide the truth. there are no 'basic rights' that the so-called 'palestinians' are denied. many of us would have no problem with them living in their country ruled by their own politicians. the questions are about the borders of that country and the nature of the relationships between the two countries. there is no basic right to choose on the borders of your country. nor, there is a basic right to bring many thousands of people, whose relatives once lived in the area, to another country. and btw, when your beloved neighbors kill babies in their sleep and it is considered normal among them it is no wonder the 'Most of us find it hard to believe that it's possible to live together in peace, ...' so, unlike the marches in alabama, the 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc march will bring the same 500 people to the street.
Nigeria rescues 71, mostly women and girls, from Boko Haram (AP)
from the article: Empathy toward the Palestinian side invokes hatred and distrust