Monthly Archives: December 2006

Major junior hockey player cut for not publicly supporting Canadian aggression in Afghanistan

The New Brunswick Saint John Sea Dogs, a hockey team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, cut player Dave Bouchard for not signing a Canadian flag to be sent to troops engaged in the aggressive war of occupation in Afghanistan. The hockey team is a subsidiary of Maple Leaf Foods, which forms part of the McCain family Empire. Continue reading

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SouthAm Indigenous sports event

CARACAS (December 11, 2006) – DEEPER than competing, the over 1,400 South American indigenous athletes in the Venezuelan state of Amazonas are opening a new door for native peoples’ development and cultural reassertion. Continue reading

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‘Hizbullah’ irks Israeli soccer players

“HIZBULLAH … HIZBULLAH” is the favorite boo of European soccer fans when their team play Israel’s at the EUFA  championships

A banner reading “Lebanon We are Preoccupied with You” just under the first bench was displayed during the Paris St Germain match

By HADI YAHMID

PARIS (4 December 2006) IOL — “HIZBULLAH…HIZBULLAH” is the favorite boo of European soccer fans when their team play Israel’s at EU football championships, provoking the players and reminding them of the army’s defeat at the hands of the Lebanese resistance movement this summer.

European fans are using many provocative slogans against Israeli football players such as booing loudly ‘Hizbullah…Hizbullah,’ European supporters attending last week’s UEFA Cup match between France’s Paris St Germain and Israel’s Hapoel Tel Aviv told IslamOnline.net Monday, December 4. Continue reading

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