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    • The Prophet
    • 21.01.10 | 09:33 (IST)

    ...in the Australian Open. They are all proudly Israeli and have served in the Israeli military. So why are the protesters picking only on Peer?? Also, it is a gross exageration to say that "Israel's top tennis talent woke up to headlines in Melbourne's The Age newspaper". Headlines? It was a minor story tucked away in the sports pages. Fewer than 10 protesters turned up and one Melbourne radio station announcer blasted the protest organiser saying "You are the last people in a position to preach about human rights!". Peer played again today and won her second round match. No sign of any protesters. Funny that.

    from the article: Shahar Peer relieved as threats of pro-Palestinian protesters dissipate
    First published 02:06 21.01.10 | Last updated 06:35 21.01.10
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