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FC Barcelona to Visit Israel and PA

Barcelona team members to hold sporting workshops for Israeli and PA Arab children in August.

FC Barcelona to Visit Israel and Palestinian Authority

'Electronic-Intifada' Under Fire For Boycott Calls

“Ideological forebearers of today's racists, in Nazi Germany had 'ethnically cleansed' sports, as blatantly demonstrated in 1936 Olympics.”

Jewish Group Blasts 'Electronic-Intifada' for Sports Boycott

Israeli Athlete Again Targeted By Hate

British Chelsea football club has called on police to investigate another incident of anti-Semitic abuse directed at Israeli midfielder.

Israeli Athlete Again Subjected to Anti-Semitic Abuse

Teen from Samaria Takes Gold in Europe

17-year-old Israeli from Samaria wins at karate championship; 13-year-old prepares to face off in judo.

Teen from Samaria Takes Gold in Europe

Slurs Against Israeli Soccer Player 'Cross Limit'

England’s Chelsea soccer club launched an investigation into claims that Israeli player Yossi Benayoun was the target of anti-Semitic slurs.

Racial Slurs Against Israeli Soccer Player 'Cross Limit'

Israeli Windsurfer Wins Fourth World Championship

Israeli windsurfer Lee Korzits won the RS-X windsurfing World Championships in Buzios, Brazil for the fourth time.

Israeli Windsurfer Wins Fourth World Championship

Three Men Charged Following Soccer Attack

Tottenham supporters were attacked in a Lyon bar on the eve of a Europa League game.

Three Charged with 'Aggravated Violence' Following Soccer Attack

Maccabi Tel Aviv Stars Boatwright, Lassoff Die

Jim Boatwright helped win historic Euroleague championship in 1977. Howie Lassoff died Thursday. Both succumbed to cancer.

Maccabi Tel Aviv Basketball Stars Boatwright, Lassoff, Die player

Video: Planned Mini-Golf Park in Ashdod

A mini golf park that is being planned for the city of Ashdod will be the first of many such parks throughout Israel.

Video: Planned Mini-Golf Park in the City of Ashdodplayer

Israeli Soccer Player Targeted by Anti-Semitism

Israeli soccer player Tal Ben Haim of the Queens Park Rangers was targeted by a wave of anti-Semitic abuse on the club’s Facebook page.

Israeli Soccer Player Targeted by Anti-Semitic Facebook Attacks

Israeli, 12, Wins World Tennis Championship

Ishai Oliel is world champion for children aged up to 12 – the first Israeli to hold the title. Netanyahu called to congratulate.

Israeli Wins World Tennis Championship for Children

Team Israel Aims for Home Run for Jews and Zionism

“Team Israel” fields a team of mostly non-Israeli Jews in the World Baseball Classic that may bring players closer to Judaism and Israel.

'Team Israel’ Aims for Home Run for Judaism and Zionism

Israeli Veteran Takes Paralympic Gold

IDF veteran Noam Gershoni wins gold in the men’s tennis singles at the Paralympics.

Israeli Veteran Takes Paralympic Gold

'Jewish Star' to be Inducted into Hall of Fame

Jewish American Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman will be inducted into The National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.

Olympic 'Jewish Star' to be Inducted into Hall of Fame

Youkilis: I'll Play Baseball for Israel

Chicago White Sox third baseman Kevin Youkilis said he will play for Team Israel at the World Baseball Classic.

White Sox Player: I'll Play for Israel at World Baseball Classic

Netanyahu Hosts Israel’s Paralympic Hopefuls

As Olympic team returns, Paralympic athletes prepare for their events. Netanyahu, ‘You are already champions.’

Netanyahu Hosts Israel’s Paralympic Hopefuls

Maccabi Games Kick off with 'Minute for Munich'

The 2012 JCC Maccabi Games kicked off Sunday night in Rockland County, N.Y., in the largest organized sports event for Jewish teens.

JCC Maccabi Games Kick off in Rockland with 'Minute for Munich'

Returning Olympian: It Was a Lot of Fun

First female Israeli swimmer to make the Olympic semi-finals says she had fun, reached her goals.

Returning Olympian: It Was a Lot of Fun

Israeli Gymnast: It’s Not Easy to Win a Medal

Israeli gymnast Alex Shatilov tells Arutz Sheva that he’s pleased even without a medal.

Israeli Gymnast: It’s Not Easy to Win a Medal

Committee to Investigate ‘Olympics Failure’

Sports Minister to investigate ‘failures’ in preparation for Olympic games as Israeli team to come home without medals.

Committee to Investigate ‘Olympics Failure’

Israeli Sprinter Blames Loss on Shoe Debacle

After failing to move up to the men's 400m track semifinals at the Olympics, Israeli sprinter Donald Sanford blamed his loss on stolen shoes

Israeli Runner: They Stole My Shoes and Stole the Race

Lebanese Olympians Refuse to Train with Israelis

Olympic officials erected a screen between Lebanon's and Israel's judo fighters after Lebanese refused to train on same mat as the Israelis.

Lebanese Olympians Refuse to Train on Mat with Israelis

Jihad vs. the Cowardly Lion

Op-ed: Every morning, sports fans around the globe will start their day with the same question: did anything happen to the Jews overnight?

Pray for a Safe Olympics - It's Jihadists vs. the Cowardly Lion

Israeli World Champion and Sabbath Competition

An Israeli teen who is a world champion in fencing struggles over Sabbath competitions.

Israeli World Champion and Sabbath Competition

First Int'l (American) Football Game in Israel

Football in Israel has acquired a distinctly American look, with a new blue-and-white National Team.

First International (American) Football Game in Israel

Delmon Young Apologizes for Anti-Semitic Slurs

Young: "I put myself in a bad situation and have no one to blame but myself."

Tigers' Outfielder Apologizes for Anti-Semitic Slurs

Judoka Arik Ze'evi Takes 4th European Championship

Ze'evi, 35, is the oldest person to win the European championship tournament.

Judoka Arik Ze'evi Takes 4th European Championship

Yesha Woman Aims for 2nd European Victory

Bat-El Gatterer, 24, talks religion and sports with Arutz Sheva before her second European Championships.

Yesha Woman Aims for 2nd European Championships Victory

‘Global March’ Marathon on Tel Aviv

More than 35,000 runners are expected at the Tel Aviv Gillette Marathon, the same day Arabs are organizing a Global March on Jerusalem.

‘Global March’ Marathon on Tel Aviv

Virtual Tour Preparing for 2012 Jerusalem Marathon

The 2nd Jerusalem Marathon is set for March 16, 2012. Watch the virtual tour of the marathon's route.

Virtual Online Tour Preparing for the 2012 Jerusalem Marathonplayer

Iconic Football Coach Faces Disgrace

The legendary and unifying figure of Joe Paterno is currently under assault for failure to report sex abuse of minors by his subordinate.

Football Related Scandal Traumatizes the United States

IDF Holds its Annual Combat Championship

IDF held its annual combat championship for commanders at the Wingate Institute. Officers with the rank of Lt.-Col. or higher took part.

IDF Holds its Annual Combat Championshipplayer

Maccabi TA in Turkey for Showdown

Thousands of police will be on the highest alert in Istanbul Thursday night, as Maccabi Tel Aviv plays Turkey's Beskitas.

Maccabi TA in Turkey for Soccer, and Political, Showdown

Synagogue Sports League Creates Team Spirit

If you thought religious Judaism and sports don’t mix, think again. The Petah Tikvah synagogue league proves otherwise.

Synagogue Basketball League Creates Team Spiritplayer

Shin Bet to Halt Security for Teams Abroad

The Israeli Basketball Federation is 'in shock' over a decision by the Shin Bet to stop protecting Israeli teams that play abroad.

No More Shin Bet Security for Israeli Teams in Games Abroad

Shahar Peer Back on Her Game

Top seeded Israeli tennis star Shahar Peer is back on her game after a rough-patch this season; enters third round at Citi Open.

Shahar Peer Breezes Into Citi Open's Third Round

Beitar Gets New Owners

Two American businessmen have purchased the troubled Beitar Jerusalem soccer team.

Beitar Gets New Owners

PM Meets 'Special' Athletes

Prime Minister Netanyahu met with developmentally disabled Israeli athletes, who took part in the “Special Olympics” in Athens, Greece.

Prime Minister Netanyahu Meets Israel's Most 'Special' Athletesplayer

1st Jerusalem Marathon Concluded

On Friday morning, Jerusalem's first-ever marathon has kicked off despite Wednesday's bus bombing near the starting point of the race's route.

Diverse Crowd Gathers for First Jerusalem Marathonplayer

A Touchdown for Judaism

The Packers' Super Bowl victory must have brought a bit of nostalgia to ex-NFL linebacker Alan Veingrad – now known as Shlomo and an orthodox Jew.

Ex-Green Bay Packers’ Lineman Touches Down with Judaismplayer