A Palestinian girl holds a poster that shows Palestinian kids who were killed in Gaza by Israeli airstrikes, as she attends a demonstration against the Israeli war in Gaza, in Beirut, Lebanon, Monday, July 21, 2014. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
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TV stations set allegiances aside in solidarity with GazaPalestinian mothers weep over the bodies of children whose expressionless faces indicate their untimely fate. These were the images broadcast across all eight Lebanese television channels Monday, in the Arab world's first unified news bulletin in support of Gaza.In a rare move by highly partisan local media outlets, Tele Liban, LBCI, MTV, Al-Manar, Al-Jadeed, NBN, Future TV and OTV broadcast the common report for their nightly newscasts to voice solidarity with Gaza against the Israeli offensive, which began approximately two weeks ago.The Palestinian death toll in the Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip that began on July 8 jumped to more than 500 Monday, as Israeli forces pounded the densely populated coastal strip. Eighteen Israeli soldiers have also died, as well as two Israeli civilians.
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