Tremain, Garrick 1941- :'Don, we need to get outselves some high-profile supporters, before they are all claimed.' 'That's true, Gerry...Turia's collared the Mongrel Mob, and now Clark's snaffled Hamas...' Otago Daily Times, 21 July 2004.
Reference Number: DX-022-048
Shows the leader of the National Party, Don Brash discussing party politics with the deputy leader, Gerry Brownlee. The newly formed Maori Party has the support of the Mongrel Mob; and the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has recently thanked the New Zealand government for its stance against the attempted fraudulent use of New Zealand passports by Israelis.
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Tremain, Garrick 1941- :'Don, we need to get outselves some high-profile supporters, before they are all claimed.' 'That's true, Gerry...Turia's collared the Mongrel Mob, and now Clark's snaffled Hamas...' Otago Daily Times, 21 July 2004., Reference Number DX-022-048 (1 digitised items)
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