Have you noticed the difference between Jewish Israeli protests and Muslim Palestinian protests?

“More than 2,000 people braved intermittent showers and cool temperatures Tuesday to form a human chain along the walls of Jerusalem's Old City. The unique protest was meant to send a clear, loud message to Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and US President George W. Bush ahead of the latter's visit to Israel:... show more “More than 2,000 people braved intermittent showers and cool temperatures Tuesday to form a human chain along the walls of Jerusalem's Old City. The unique protest was meant to send a clear, loud message to Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and US President George W. Bush ahead of the latter's visit to Israel: Jerusalem is the eternal capital of Israel and the Jewish People, and must not be divided.”

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/124853

“…thousands of Hamas supporters chanted "Death to America!" and watched an effigy of Bush go up in flames. Posters portrayed Bush with fangs, or sipping from a cup labeled "Muslim blood."“

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080109/ap_on_re_mi_ea/mideast_reality_check;_ylt=AmHOeXuuFstSZDDN6uVHzLhvaA8F

What do you think is the cause for such a stark difference in behavior?
Update: Mark S, definately agree that minorities shouldn't tarnish the reputation of majorities...but the politics and terrorism there seems to suggest that these people are not the minority. And as for samina, well, let's HOPE that SHE is not representative of her faith. She seems like a very bitter, hateful... show more Mark S, definately agree that minorities shouldn't tarnish the reputation of majorities...but the politics and terrorism there seems to suggest that these people are not the minority.
And as for samina, well, let's HOPE that SHE is not representative of her faith. She seems like a very bitter, hateful person, whose only tactic is to resort to blatant falsehoods in order to support her racist ideology.
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