Friday, September 22, 2017
A group of National Football Leaguers will visit Israel and play an exhibition game against a squad from the Israel Football Association. Israel’s tourism and public diplomacy ministries announced the trip on Sunday, The Times of Israel reported. The NFL delegation,...
It marks the first time that any leg of the sport’s grand tours will take place outside of Europe.
The ADL called on rugby star Jarryd Hayne, who tweeted the anti-Semitic myth that Jews killed Jesus, to apologize.
Omri Casspi, the first Israeli to play in the National Basketball Association, was waived by the Pelicans on Saturday, after suffering a broken thumb Thursday night in his debut with the team.
Israeli judoka Yarden Gerbi, who won bronze in the women’s 63-kg judo competition at the Rio Olympics, is auctioning off her Olympic name patch for charity.
In an effort to combat racism and violence in football stadiums around the world, Shimon Peres launched today the Mini Mondial for Peace in Herzliya.
FIFA Congress reached an agreement whereby the Palestinian Football Association dropped its demand for Israel’s suspension.
Jewish swimmer Anthony Ervin became the oldest Olympic gold medalist in an individual swimming event at 35.
Al-Qaeda sympathizers issued directives calling for followers to target American, British, French and Israeli athletes during the upcoming Olympic games.
The 20th Maccabiah is set to open Thursday night in Jerusalem’s Teddy Stadium with a festive procession of approximately 10,000 athletes from 80 nations.


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