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A rally (almost) held for Al-Zeidi the eloquent shoe-thrower

Photo of rally from AP is: here

Please note that Muntadhar Al-Zeidi, the Iraqi journalist and war correspondent who protested then US President Bush’s surprise visit to Iraq, will be in court again on Thursday, March 12th.

(excerpt from) suomenkuvalehti.fi
Iraq Protest

Iraqi security forces have prevented a demonstration in central Baghdad by relatives and supporters of the journalist who threw his shoes at then-President George W. Bush. An army officer ordered al-Zeidi’s brother, Dargham, to call off the protest in Firdous Square because he had no permit. Several dozen people had gathered on Tuesday for the rally but dispersed peacefully.

And, coverage in French:

(excerpt from) OBS Tempsreel/AP
Bagdad: la police bloque une manifestation en faveur du journaliste irakien lanceur de chaussures
10.03.2009

Les forces irakiennes de sécurité ont empêché mardi une manifestation dans le centre de Bagdad organisée par les proches et les partisans de Mountazar al-Zeidi…

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