Soccer and Middle East reporting.
Proof that the Abraham Accords are working.
Tehran fears the games will be an opportunity for protestors.
Yet another proxy war with the pro-Western Arab states.
The Argentinian team caved to threats of violence.
And not always for good.
A microcosm of the Palestinian Authority’s strategy.
Another move in the delegitimization campaign.
Efforts to hound Israel from FIFA will continue.
A depressingly familiar three-act pattern.
In Britain, as elsewhere, anti-Semitic comments and slurs remain socially acceptable in circles where voicing other prejudices—against blacks, or Pakistanis, for instance—is anathema. The comedian. . .
A new exhibition on the relationship between Jews and soccer at London’s Jewish Museum explores the history of Anglo-Jewry’s other religion.