Israeli Minister Thanks Brazilian Football Club for Show of Solidarity on Kristallnacht Anniversary

The Sport Club Corinthians Paulista is one of Brazil’s most successful football clubs and is estimated to have over 30 million supporters.

Iranian Judoka Becomes ‘Recognized Refugee’ in Germany

“Now I can fully concentrate on judo and the preparation for the next IJF events and for the Olympic Games.”

Puma Sportswear Facing Global BDS Boycott Over Sponsorship of Israel Football Association

The only cure for evil is good. Go to a sports store and buy Puma, even if it is only a small, symbolic purchase, and show your support for this firm.

Israeli Team Returns Victorious With 4 Medals From International Kickbox Championship

The Israeli team included 13 athletes consisting of nine men and four women.

Samaria Resident Takes Gold in 2019 European Acrobatics Championship

Friedman receives an athletic scholarship from the Samaria Regional Council, as well as funding for his flights abroad to participate in competitions.

Home Run: Danny Valencia from Sunshine State to Jewish State

“We kept our hats on for our national anthem—to show that God is above. We took our hats off for the national anthems of the other countries.”

Saudi Soccer Team Catching Flak for Going through Israel to Ramallah Match

Back in 2018, the Saudis refused to play the PA team in Ramallah in a FIFA qualifying match, and the game was played in Jordan instead.

Israeli Cyclists to Compete in 2020 Tour de France

The ICA's Canadian billionaire sponsor Sylvan Adams, who made Aliyah in 2015 and lives in Tel Aviv, has been eager for his team to step up to the Tour de France.

Israel’s National Baseball Team Beats S. Africa 11-1 to Qualify for Tokyo Olympics

Kurtz's plan—which worked stunningly—was to recruit Jewish American players, get them to make aliyah in an accelerated process with the help of Nefesh B'Nefesh, then become the best team in Europe.

Defecting Iranian Judoka: I was Ordered to Throw the Match

He followed his orders because the Iranians threatened his family.

Egyptian Judo Association: Mohamed Abdel Aal Refused Israeli Winner’s Handshake over Bad Refereeing

This is not the first time an Egyptian judoka refuses to shake the hand of an Israeli rival who had defeated him.

Israeli Judoka Sagi Muki Crowned World Champion in Tokyo

“I came close to losing but I gave it everything and I never stopped believing."

German Soccer Club Condemns Own Fans for Calling Director ‘Jewish Pig’

CFC has been mired in an ongoing fight with its far-right supporters for a few months now, and has already lost some of its older fans as far-right hooligan presence has increased.

Cavaliers’ Former Israeli Coach David Blatt Announces He Has MS

"I’m a coach and my job is to lead, to teach and inspire many people. The fact that I’m not that mobile or active does not affect my mental ability to do these things."

NBA Veteran Omri Casspi Comes Home to Tel Aviv

"Today Maccabi signed up not just a player, it signed up a fan."

Maccabi Haifa Fans Beaten in Strasbourg as Police Bans Israeli Flags from Tonight’s Game

Even before the Wednesday attack, Strasbourg police issued extremely restrictive instructions to the fans of Maccabi Haifa.

President Hosts Israel’s Magical Under-20 Basketball Team After 2nd Straight European Championship

"I take my hat off to you all, not only on behalf of the State of Israel, but also as a person who has been a sports fan for 70 years, from the age of 10."

We’re #1: Israeli Baseball Finishes First

The win at the European Championship qualifiers in Stockholm qualifies team Israel for a place in next summer’s prestigious U18 European Championships.

JIbril Rajoub Loses FIFA Appeal, Suspension Upheld

FIFA convicted Rajoub of breaching Article 53 of the FIFA Disciplinary Code for inciting hatred and violence.

Israeli Arab Champion Threatened by Anti-Zionist NGO

"We are hopeful that you will reconsider this participation, and cause the Occupation to miss an opportunity to take advantage of your high-jump to improve their image by jumping on the wounds of our Palestinian nation."

Reform Clergy Cycles to Auschwitz in ‘Ride for the Living’

The "inspiring one-day, 60-mile bike ride from Auschwitz-Birkenau to JCC Krakow" takes place during the Jewish Culture Festival.

Israeli Gymnast Linoy Ashram Wins Gold in European Games

Ashram took gold for her ball routine and for her clubs performance.

FIFA Launches Investigation Against Head of Palestinian Football Association Rajoub

Rajoub made his many statements on video, so it will be very difficult for him to deny he said what he said.

Iran Will Stop Boycotting Israelis Judokas

The International Judo Federation (IJF) announced they reached an historic agreement with Iran’s Judo Federation.

Iranian Judo Federation Agrees to End Boycott of Israeli Athletes

Following talks with the Iranian Sports Ministry, "the IJF is pleased to announce that it received a favorable response and commitment from the Iranian side.”

Israelis Win Gold and Silver at Azerbaijan Grand Slam

“I get so much of my motivation from knowing that I represent Israel, and that my entire people are behind me . . . "

Israeli Judokas Win 2 Gold, 1 Bronze Medal at Russian Grand Slam

This was Israeli judoku Sagi Muki's third Grand Slam gold medal.

Tens of Thousands Set to Race Through Jerusalem in Winner’s Marathon

The route is described as a “challenging, thrilling and unforgettable experience for all runners.”

NBA All-Star Stoudemire Gets Israeli Citizenship

Stoudemire plays for Jerusalem’s Hapoel basketball team,


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