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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Ruth Hoffman
"I was overcome with emotion, a sense of injustice, that here were a group of young players who had worked hard to earn the right to compete in the World Series — and through no fault of their own — were denied this opportunity," said Mrs. Hoffman, a Canadian mother of teenage twin ballplayers.
"Right to Play is as rigorous about where the money goes as I am," she said, adding she is confident baseball has a very bright future in Africa's Pearl.