Drafted by the New York Giants in April, the NFL rookie, a veritable giant himself – 6’6″ and 300 pounds – is not shy about his Jewish and Israeli heritage.
“While we come here on a mission for American football, I think we take home a lot more than we bring,” said Montana.
Take a peek inside Israel’s fledgling football league, where everyone speaks the language of football!
The 11 NFL players will visit Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, the Dead Sea and Haifa, as well as Christian sites in the Galilee, including baptism in the River Jordan at Yardenit.
The owners of both teams competing in this year’s Super Bowl are Jewish, and both have ties to Israel.
Several dozen international lawyers are calling on the world soccer body, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), to investigate what they call “egregious” violations by the Palestinian Football Association (PFA).
The University of Tennessee football team has donated more than 700 practice jerseys, as well as compression gear and other equipment, to the Israel Football League.
As millions of Americans prepare to watch the Carolina Panthers face off against the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night, a number of Israeli venues are doing the same.
The New England Patriots held a moment of silence before Monday evening’s home game against the Buffalo Bills in honor of slain 18-year-old Massachusetts native Ezra Schwartz, who was murdered on Thursday by a Palestinian terrorist in Israel.
“Hatred stirreth up strifes; but love covereth all transgressions.” (Proverbs 10:12) Soccer team Manchester United issued an apology recently for an email newsletter sent to fans of the team. In its recent edition of the weekly “United Uncovered” email, the soccer club ran an article on its youthful members, titled, “New Order.” The article was […]