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Australia’s top Muslim cleric has offered to swap places withhostage Douglas Wood despite the government’s hope his captors willset him free unconditionally. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 26 May, 2005)
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Iraq hostage Douglas Wood’s family has cautiously welcomed an offer by Australia’s leading Muslim cleric to exchange himself for the Australian. (The Australian — 26 May, 2005)
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Sydney Muslim leader Sheik Taj el-Din al Hilaly has offered to takethe place of Australian hostage Douglas Wood. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 26 May, 2005)
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Australia’s senior Muslim leader is sure of his safety if he exchanges places with hostage Douglas Wood, a Muslim community spokesperson says. (The Australian — 26 May, 2005)
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The offer by Australia’s Muslim leader to swap places with hostageDouglas Wood is a bid to force the hand of his abductors, thesheikh’s spokesman says. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 26 May, 2005)
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An Australian Muslim leader seeking the release of an Australian hostage in Iraq offered to take his place according to a statement in the Iraqi capital on Wednesday. (Aljazeera — 26 May, 2005)
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The Foreign Affairs Department says it wants hostage Douglas Wood released unconditionally following an offer by an Australian Muslim cleric in Iraq to swap places with Mr Wood Sheikh Taj El-Din A (ABC News — 26 May, 2005)
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An Islamic spiritual leader says news of a timetable for thewithdrawal of Australian troops from Iraq will help the case ofhostage Douglas Wood. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 24 May, 2005)
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A sydney Muslim leader seeking the release of an Australian hostage in Iraq offered to take his place according to a statement in the Iraqi capital today. (The Australian — 25 May, 2005)
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Two associates of Douglas Wood, who knew him when he was inGeorgia, have become the Australian hostage’s latest supporters tojoin the plea for his life, describing his acts of charity andcompassion while he worked in the impoverished former Sovietrepublic. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 27 May, 2005)
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