In France, Israel's invasion of Lebanon has brought both their critics and supporters onto the streets of Paris.
GV Anti-Israeli demonstrators gathering with banners.
SVs Demonstrators with banners reading "Vive le peuple Palestinien, pas de paix sans l'OLP".
CU Posters reading "Halte aux aggressions Israelinnes au Liban".
SV PAN/CU PULL BACK TO SV Demonstrators with banners and billboards reading "Sionistes SS les nouveaux Nazis" and "Palestine solidarite". (3 SHOTS)
GV PAN/GV Crowd of demonstrators with PLO flags. (3 SHOTS)
GV/SV Israeli embassy in Paris.
GV Pro-Israeli demonstrators in front of embassy with banner reading: "Les fils et filles des deportes Juifs de France".
SV/GV Policemen with walkie-talkies, demonstrators. (2 SHOTS)
GV/SV Banner reading: "Solidarite avec Israel. Renouveau Juif" and demonstrators. (2 SHOTS)
SV/GV Demonstrators waving Israeli flags during speech. (5 SHOTS)
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Background: In France, Israel's invasion of Lebanon has brought both their critics and supporters onto the streets of Paris. Some 3,500 people joined in a demonstration on June 10 backing the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO), which is resisting the Israeli advance. Waving PLO flags and chanting anti-Israeli slogans, the protesters marched from Place de la Republique to the Place de la Nation, demanding an end to what they see as Israeli aggression in Lebanon. On the same day, other demonstrators claiming to be "sons and daughters of deported French Jews", gathered outside the Israeli Embassy to proclaim their support of what they called "Jewish re-birth". Both demonstrations were peaceful.