Australian PM criticized for partner's pro-Israel connection

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June 29, 2010 19:10

 
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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard is being criticized for her partner's connection to a pro-Israel lobbyist, reported Australian newspaper The Sunday Morning Herald on Tuesday. 

Gillard's partner, a real-estate agent, is employed at a company owned by Melbourne developer Albert Dadon, a well-known supporter of Israel, according to the report.

The Australian prime minister declared that her partner's affiliation with Dadon does not influence her political views, particularly regarding Israel. 


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