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Monday, 2 March 2009

The Combination, a film about tensions between gangs of Australian lebanese and white youths in Sydney's western suburbs, was withdrawn

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The Combination, a film about tensions between gangs of Australian lebanese and white youths in Sydney's western suburbs, was withdrawn by one of Australia's cinema chains after violence flared at two set during the race riots that hit Australia four years ago has been pulled from cinemas in Sydney after fights broke out during screenings.The cinema says it has taken the move for the safety of its staff. actor in a movie depicting violent Lebanese gangs set for release in cinemas next month has been arrested and jailed in real life.Ali Haidar, 19, is languishing in a cell at Silverwater on a serious assault charge but the makers of The Combination are hoping to have him out for the film's premiere .

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