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Spanish club refused to play in the holy city, following calls by Palestinian leaders to boycott the match This article by Mustafa Abu Sneineh was published by Middle East Eye here on 15th July. An Israeli football club, whose fanbase is known for racism and anti-Palestinian chants, has cancelled a friendly match with FC Barcelona, …

This article was posted by The Palestine Chronicle here on 11th July. Several demonstrations were held across the United Kingdom yesterday against Puma to demand that the sports brand end its sponsorship of the Israeli Football Association (IFA). Puma is a multinational corporation that designs and manufactures athletic and casual footwear. The protests, called for …

This article by Asmahan Qarjouli was posted by Doha News yesterday at https://www.dohanews.co/qatar-sports-club-says-wont-renew-puma-contract-amid-boycott-calls/?fbclid=IwAR0yQDTop8LDK0HJWqnZVb1GR3Zl5-bCPEU1l4gECNc_vfroYag3kTHKk6Y. Qatar Sports Club announced it has no plans to renew its contract with global sportswear manufacturer Puma amid local and international calls for boycott due to its compliance with the Israeli occupation. “We would like to inform you that Qatar Sports Club’s …

Pakistani footballer recalls memories of playing against them in the past decade This article by Natahsa Raheel was published by Pakistan’s Express Tribune on 20th May at https://tribune.com.pk/story/2300864/palestine-situation-in-heart-breaking-adil. Support for any cause should be loud and clear or else it is no support at all, and Pakistani footballers have expressed their love for Palestinians as …

The striker for Palestine’s national football team was among the many affected by the recent Israeli Airforce bombings in Gaza. But, unlike Muath AlZaaneen who died, Balah lived to tell his tale. This article by Uri Levy was published by New Frame on 28th May at https://www.newframe.com/football-star-mohammed-balahs-dream-for-palestine/. “Friends called me. They told me that my …

This article was posted by the Football Palestine blog on 19th May at https://footballpalestine.com/2021/05/palestinian-footballers-not-spared-in-israels-brutal-assault/. We do not endorse the authors’ comments regarding the Palestinian Football Association but feel it is vital to bring their report to a wider audience. The past month has witnessed unspeakable levels of violence and cruelty committed against Palestinians, with no …

This article by Inside World Football’s Paul Nicholson was posted on 10th May at http://www.insideworldfootball.com/2021/05/10/tear-gas-grenades-fired-israeli-military-interrupt-palestinian-team-training/. The Palestine national team had to move their training from outside to indoors last weekend after Israeli military fired tear gas grenades from the street outside their stadium. Training at the Faisal Al-Husseini stadium in Al-Ram, Jerusalem, the grenades were …

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