Reporting anti-West protests
One wore Adidas track pants. Another, a Puma hoodie and Nike sneakers. Some wore baseball caps, sunnies and body-hugging T-shirts. Majority donned black headbands emblazoned inwhite Arabic scripts. As they marched from Sydney’s Town Hall to Martin Place, they ranted “Obama, Obama, we love Osama!” (A stark contrast to the Bersih 3.0 muted chants at Martin Place on April 24)
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