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In a speech to the Global Warming Policy Foundation, a UK climate sceptic think-tank with murky funding sources and a history of publishing misleading information about climate change, Abbott said rising temperatures may prove beneficial because “far more people die in cold snaps than in heatwaves”.
While the Australian government regards Syrian president Bashar al-Assad as a war criminal, FIFA bars non-national flags and political statements from its games.
Many Syrians in Australia who fled Assad’s regime believe he is “using the Syrian football team as a public relations exercise” while killing dozens of top-flight Syrian footballers.
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Despite suppression efforts by organisers, the game took on a political dimension.
Protesters told the ABC they were barred from ANZ Stadium for trying to take in Syrian opposition flags, while a “Free Syria” banner was confiscated by stadium security.
Victoria University’s Roger Jones said “Abbott is clearly quite unhinged from reality” and that “his arguments hold less substance than his Speedos”, while the University of Auckland’s Jim Salinger summarised it by saying: “Tony Abbott does not know what he is talking about”.
Australia’s hopes of qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia are still alive after the Socceroos eked out a 2-1 victory over Syria in Sydney last night.