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Open sympathy for a mass murdering terrorist, in Brooklyn, New York.

A woman cries during a memorial service for Hamas founder and spiritual leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, in New York’s borough of Brooklyn March 23, 2004. In a protest in Manhattan, more than 100 people marched outside the Israeli consulate to condemn Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and President Bush after the assassination of Yassin. Photo by Shannon Stapleton/Reuters

Feras Jaraba, 3, stands on his mother’s shoulders during a memorial service for Hamas founder and spiritual leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, in New York’s borough of Brooklyn March 23, 2004. Yassin, the leader of the Palestinian millitant group, died in an Israeli helicopter attack in Gaza, March 22. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Husni Othman, 11, and his brother Husam, 3, stand beside a sign denouncing Israel during a memorial service for Hamas founder and spiritual leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin in the New York borough of Brooklyn March 23, 2004. The memorial rally was held to protest the killing of Yassin, a wheelchair-bound cleric whose militant group has carried out dozens of suicide bombings. He was killed in a missile attack on Monday that Israeli security sources said was ordered by Sharon. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

A woman holding a Palestinian flag listens to a speaker during a memorial service for Hamas founder and spiritual leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, in New York’s borough of Brooklyn March 23, 2004. Yassin, the leader of the Palestinian Islamic militant group, died in an Israeli helicopter attack in Gaza that killed at least seven other people. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

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