Egypt Football Association (EFA) president Anwar Saleh has confirmed that Egypt will boycott the Adidas sportswear company to comply with the decision of the Arab Youth and Sports Ministers. “We will boycott the company whatever the consequences. It is not my call, this is a ministerial decision and I cannot ignore it,” Saleh was quoted as …

A small low-budget team from northern Israel with four Arab citizens of Israel on its team has just won the championship, while the Arab-free Israeli soccer club notorious for its racist fan base came out a loser. Racism and violence are on the rise in Israel’s soccer fields. In March alone, there were four recorded violent incidents linked …

A small low-budget team from northern Israel with four Arab citizens of Israel on its team has just won the championship, while the Arab-free Israeli soccer club notorious for its racist fan base came out a loser. By Issa Boursheh Racism and violence are on the rise in Israel’s soccer fields. In March alone, there were four recorded …

The State of Israel cannot allow a situation in which a sport avidly followed by hundreds of thousands of people, among them many youngsters, turns into an untreatable abscess of racism and violence. In March alone, there were four recorded violent incidents linked to Israeli soccer. Thousands of Hapoel Tel Aviv fans rioted after the …

It’s time to intervene against racism in Israeli soccer The State of Israel cannot allow a situation in which a sport avidly followed by hundreds of thousands of people, among them many youngsters, turns into an untreatable abscess of racism and violence. In March alone, there were four recorded violent incidents linked to Israeli soccer. …

Thousands of football supporters at three UK grounds heard the message “Show Israel the Red Card”  on Wednesday February 22, when campaigners handed out leaflets at UEFA under-21 matches at Middlesborough, Wrexham and Paisley. Their call for Europe’s football governing body to withdraw the under-21 finals from Israel in 2013 attracted friendly attention from fans. …

The banner proclaimed the message “No to Israeli apartheid” and campaigners raised the cry: “Change the finals to Wales”. Leaflets were delivered for Welsh manager Brian Flynn and the head of the Welsh Football Association Phil Pritchard.

Activists ran out of leaflets after 45 minutes as the crowd was large (22,000) There was no hostility and  amongst those whom we were able to engage in  a bit of conversation as to what the campaign was about, the response was supportive.

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