British soccer clubs have condemned reports about the “Jewish origin” of the Tottenham Hotspurs in Spain
“Alvaro, oh, Alvaro, oh. He came from Real Madrid, he hates the f****** Yids.”
The British Transport Police is investigating an incident in which soccer fans allegedly chanted anti-Semitic slurs while riding a London subway train.
Two men worshipping at a synagogue in London pulled members of a family from a burning car.
A British soccer fan was arrested for making anti-Semitic remarks at a game in London.
Three fans of the British Tottenham Hotspurs soccer club have been charged for using the term “Yid” at a team match. The three men were charged on Tuesday for causing ‘‘harassment, alarm or distress’’ by using a ‘‘threatening, abusive or insulting’’ word.
Three British men have been arrested for posting anti-Semitic comments on Twitter following a soccer match in October.
A fan of the British Tottenham soccer club was arrested for chanting “yid” during a home match.
Britain’s Scotland Yard has threatened Tottenham Hotspur soccer team fans with arrests if they use the word “yid” at their next home match.
Fans of Tottenham Hotspur call themselves the ‘Yid Army’ as a term of pride, and most of them aren’t even Jewish. So why does British soccer want to outlaw their chants?