Israel soccer fans detained over Muslim slogans
JERUSALEM -- Israeli police have arrested three soccer fans for chanting anti-Muslim slogans at a game while protesting the Beitar Jerusalem team's intention to sign two Muslim players.
Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld says two suspects were fined and banned from the stadium for the rest of the season. The additional suspect was scheduled to appear in court Sunday.
Fans unfurled signs alluding to the team's unofficial tradition of not signing Arab or Muslim players. Beitar fans have ...
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