Okay, so if this photo alone isn't enough to convince you of the above statement, then consider this:
One photo depicts a group of international "peace" activists. The other is a group of avowed terror supporters, openly organized in an "anti-Israeli" rally.
Having a hard time figuring out which group is which?
Duh. That's because there's no difference between the two.
In all of their agitation in support of the Gaza Strip -- by which I mean the genocidal Hamas movement -- these "pro-peace" activists are most certainly enabling the violent acts of these very same terrorists against Israeli civilians.
Which makes them "peace" activists not at all.
I'll close below the fold with the answers to our quiz above.
Palestinian supporters of the Islamic Jihad movement attend an anti-Israel rally organized by the movement in the northern Gaza Strip October 26, 2007. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA)
Not very peaceful at all, huh.
International peace activists stand atop a truck carrying medical supplies in Gaza City January 7, 2010. Egypt has reached a deal with members of an aid convoy to take supplies to Palestinians in Gaza after protests overnight, but Cairo barred their private cars from crossing, an Egyptian security source said. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
By the way, there is one subtle difference between the two groups.
There are a whole heck of a lot more Islamic Jihad supporters.
How does that make you feel, you erstwhile peaceniks?