FIFA's Palestinian Authority soccer chief dropped the ball on his own head.
Israel praises FIFA for avoiding what Israel’s deputy foreign minister Tzipi Hotovely called an “absurd situation.”
FIFA Pres. Sepp Blatter, 79, was re-elected to a fifth term heading the world soccer federation, despite bribery allegations.
At the last minute before the proposal was to go to vote, Rajoub submitted an amendment that would cancel the bid to suspend Israel.
Zurich police have confirmed there was a bomb threat to blow up the FIFA congress, but they have since allowed the annual convention to continue following a search.
They stopped Blatter from speaking, waved PA flags and demanded "Israel out."
PM Netanyahu warns FIFA that Palestinian blackmail will ultimately kill the international soccer federation which hopes to expel Israel from the group.
A former of official of the same FIFA, which is considering expelling Israel, blamed "Zionism" for a bribe charge in 2011.
The Hareidi politicians agreed to not protest the country club after the mayor agreed to move it. So much for agreements.
Shurat HaDin calls for expulsion of PA soccer chief Rajoub for inciting terror - hours before Swiss arrests of FIFA officials for various charges of corruption.
If anyone should be kicked out of FIFA, it is the Palestinian Authority.
Could it be that one of America’s largest Jewish communities and kosher markets does not offer kosher fare at its premier ballpark? Apparently so, say...
German Soccer fans were told to stop waving their Israeli flags.
The "Palestinians" have a long history of targeting Israeli athletes.
Rosen, a former Cleveland Indians slugger, was a proud Jew. He died Friday at age 91.
Girls, ages 10-13, from Efrat in Gush Etzion will square off against girls from the Galilee Arab village Sakhnin tonight in a playoff game...
This isn't the first assassination attempt against him.
The unique desert landscape that covers large parts of Israel allow for its positioning as a leading destination for cyclists, with a comfortable climate year-round and spectacular desert scenery.
Officials are not making any conclusions except to rule out that the tunnel is not a drug lab.
It’s a safe bet to say that the overwhelming number of American football fans in Israel cheered on the Patriots.