Supporters for the Palestinian cause observe a moment of silence. Rallyists gathered at a rally organized by The Council for Peace and Justice to call for peace in the Israel-Palestinian conflict near the Courthouse Square in Lexington, on Wednesday July 23rd, 2014. Photo by Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay | Staff
Supporters for the Palestinian cause observe a moment of silence. Rallyists gathered at a rally organized by The Council for Peace and Justice to call for peace in the Israel-Palestinian conflict near the Courthouse Square in Lexington, on Wednesday July 23rd, 2014. Photo by Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay | Staff Herald-Leader
Supporters for the Palestinian cause observe a moment of silence. Rallyists gathered at a rally organized by The Council for Peace and Justice to call for peace in the Israel-Palestinian conflict near the Courthouse Square in Lexington, on Wednesday July 23rd, 2014. Photo by Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay | Staff Herald-Leader

Rally in downtown Lexington calls for end to Israeli-Palestinian conflict

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