3.2 billion people watched the 2014 World Cup. And three Israelis have plumbed this compulsion with their oddball lo-fi project — “Kaduregel Shefel.”
Argentina is scheduled to play in Israel just one week before it begins its World Cup campaign in Russia.
The ones on the left are the nationalists, for the record.
The Israeli Football Association and the player’s team have declined to take any disciplinary action against him.
Jeremy Corbyn told Tottenham Hotspur supporters not to chant “Yid Army” in response to anti-Semitic slurs from Liverpool and Arsenal fans.
The Tottenham Hotspurs have their stadium in North London, an area where much of London’s Jewish community lives.
The Lazio FC team will pay a fine of $61,000, a more lenient judgment than requested by the prosecutor.
The Holocaust is but just one appalling period in the blood-spattered history of European Jewry.
The two men were from Kosovo and hoped to attack a World Cup qualifying match between Israel and Albania.
In pictures from a recent game, fans could be seen holding signs that read “HOLOCAUST” next two a massive banner of Hitler’s face.