Parliament screening of Israeli film deferred

March 4, 2010 by Henry Benjamin
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A screening of the Israeli film “Noodle” in Federal Parliament scheduled for March 15 has been postponed until June.

Yuval Rotem

A spokesman for the Israeli Embassy in Canberra told J-Wire: “In view of the current situation, a decision was made jointly by Ambassador Yuval Rotem and Senator Glenn Sterle to postpone the event.”

The Embassy had organised the social evening screening together with the Australia Israel Parliamentary Group.

Three Australian passports were fraudulently used by the group which assassinated Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai last month.

There has been no conclusive evidence as to who was responsible for the assassination.

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One Response to “Parliament screening of Israeli film deferred”
  1. Andre C (no passport) says:

    And if there is no conclusive evidence about who killed the terrorist or who faked the passports why on earth should this brilliant movie not be shown?

    The world’s gone mad!

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