The Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center in Boca Raton, Florida, is hosting an exhibit on Jewish athletes during the Holocaust from Jan. 5 to Feb. 28, 2023. The exhibit’s curator, Neil Keller, has over time collected 22,000 memorabilia items pertaining to famous Jews in sports, entertainment, politics and more. “Through my extreme hard […]
Christian Major League Baseball players Nelson Cruz, Jeimer Candelario and Cesar Hernandez are visiting Israel this week. They are guests of the Philos Project, an organization that describes its mission as promoting “positive Christian engagement in the Near East by creating leaders, building community, and taking action in the spirit of the Hebraic Tradition.” Cruz, […]
The developments come amid a thaw in relations between Jerusalem and Riyadh.
In a recent tweet, Norman took a picture overlooking the Temple Mount saying: “grateful for everything.”
Hapoel fans can often be seen waving flags emblazoned with the faces of Che Guevara and Karl Marx, as well as banners with the slogan “Workers of the world, unite!”.
The top team in Israel was plagued in recent weeks with injuries to five of their top players so they called in a rabbi to check the scrolls on the doorposts of the stadium and he found…
“I don’t know if I’m converting, but if I do, you can definitely add another athlete to the pool.”
Iranian prodigy Alireza Firouzja, the No. 1 ranked player in Iran and currently the No. 2 ranked junior player in the world, may play under the U.S. or French flags, according to Iran’s Chess Federation president.
The US-based New Israel Fund is one of the largest financers of Israel’s left-wing civil society and funds highly controversial NGOs including “Breaking the Silence,” “B’Tselem” and “Adalah.”
Competing on the Sabbath is forbidden in accordance with the holy day’s spirit.