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Israel's Beitar Jerusalem want to play Tuesday's State Cup tie against second-division Arab club Maccabi Umm el-Fahm behind closed doors so that they can bar their own racist fans from entering the Teddy Kollek Stadium. The Israel Football
The request came after three fans were arrested Saturday night during a match for racist chants of "No entry to Arabs and for holding up racist signs which read, Beitar forever pure." The remarks were aimed at two players from Chechniya who are
The Beitar Jerusalem requested from the Football Association on Monday to play their match against Umm al Fahm, scheduled for tomorrow, without an audience. "The club is ashamed by the manifestations of severe racism which occurred in the game
The proposed signing of two Russian Muslim footballers has sparked a racism row in Israeli football with the deputy prime minister saying he was shocked and ashamed by the furious reaction of some fans. Beitar Jerusalem`s Russian-born owner Arkady
Candles will be lit at ceremonies in London and at the National Memorial Arboretum on the 68th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. More than one million people, mostly Jews, died at the Nazi camp before it was liberated by allied troops in
The most popular was the Ben-Shemen Forest, between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, which played host to an estimated 5,000 people. About 3,000 people went to the Hula Valley Nature Reserve in the Upper Galilee, with an additional 2,000 going to the Jordan
The company will close its plant in Kiryat Shmona and transfer its operations to the large site at the Tel Hai industrial park nearby. The company employs twenty people at its Kiryat Shmona plant, of which at least eight will be fired, and the rest
A preliminary investigation indicates the driver lost control of the vehicle and it overturned.
Police continue to investigate the circumstances, including the motives, for the killing.
Broadway an office building generally called Building 550 and was contained in about an hour. No one was injured and the building's damage was limited to the roof area, said Chief Kevin Cartwright of the Baltimore City Fire Department. Fire Battalion