Australian footballers partly donate bonus from match against Palestine to humanitarian aid

“We talked about it with the group. The death of civilians is a tragedy in any conflict and that must be the priority,” 30-year-old international Jackson Irvine, who plays football in Germany for FC St. Pauli, told the Australian news agency AAP.

The Palestinians’ match against Australia on Tuesday afternoon in Kuwait is their first official ‘home match’ since the conflict with Israel broke out (for the umpteenth time).

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