Israeli star Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli delegates have cast off perhaps the most disgusting post in social media, which came to defend homosexual rights activists Magda Szubanski.
Folau, whom the rugby of Australia has relentlessly dismissed as a result of homicidal attacks on his online posts, took away his personal Twitter an account for "anonymous online" trolls.
"Hey to everyone I totally agree with (Julia Baird) – please stop anonymous online attacks on (Šubanski) who went into this debate with respect," he told Folau.
"She has the right to express her views – let's all have this important discussion with love in our hearts."
The 30-year-old rugby star was backed by Dr. Julie Baird, ABC Newspaper journalist, who attacked the "ugly campaign of hate" against the Sudanese, one of Australia's most prominent Australian marital couples.
He was one of the most prominent critics of Folau and told him Project that he reached for the star of the rugby for talks without success.
"I would like to talk to him, I offered this offer on Twitter and nothing happened, but we have this GoFundMe campaign," she said.
"We would like to respond to Israeli Fool, which is not a fight.
"It is an intergroup group, consisting of Catholics, Muslims, Jews, Visitor and LGBTQI people and we launched GoFundMe called" For Love ".
Last Friday, Folau came face to face with Australia at the Fair Work Commission on mediation hearing as part of his case of unfair dismissal, but the meeting was in the end unsuccessful.
"We are disappointed that we have not been able to reach a deal with Australia today," Foley lawyer George Haros told reporters.
"It seems that if things do not change, we will go to court."
Folau hoped that Rugby Australia would apologize for breaking his multi-millionaire deal through a social media post in April that was convicted as homophobic.