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Dutch soccer team ditches Israeli player for Abu Dhabi matchTHE HAGUE, Netherlands  — A Dutch soccer team is facing criticism for playing in Abu Dhabi despite the emirate’s refusal to let in...read more...
Israeli soccer union suspends controversial kippah banFollowing protests by athletes and politicians, Israel’s soccer association suspended its ban on wearing kippot for its minor leagues. The...read more...
NBA’s Tony Parker apologizes for anti-Semitic saluteNational Basketball Association star Tony Parker has apologized for performing an anti-Semitic salute after a three-year-old photo was published in...read more...
Star French athlete probed for anti-Semitic gestureA star athlete from France is facing disciplinary action for showing support for an anti-Semitic comedian whose shows may soon be banned by the...read more...
Le Hockey professionnel selon David EttedguiDans sa Communauté, David Ettedgui, 39 ans, marié et père de ­quatre enfants, est un leader dynamique, très dé...read more...
Maple Leafs’ Smith making the most of his opportunityFor those of you deep into advanced statistics, or hockey analytics as it is also known, the score at the last game between the Toronto Maple Leafs...read more...
Israel hosting unique running competitions in 2014Showcasing its unique natural landscapes from the Galilee in the north to Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and the Judean and Negev Deserts in the south, Israel...read more...
Ex-coach to look at Jews’ contribution to basketballCheck the rosters of the 30 NBA teams, and you’ll find only a couple of Jewish guys among them. It’s surprising, if not mind-boggling,...read more...
On way to Tigers post, Ausmus earned his managing stripes in IsraelBALTIMORE   – Almost from the moment they met him, several officials and players with Israel’s national baseball team said they saw...read more...
Israeli expat places third in World Series of PokerLAS VEGAS —  Israel native Amir Lehavot finished in third place in the World Series of Poker, taking home about $3.7 million. Lehavot, 38...read more...

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