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‘Our present to Obama has to be new settlements’
Arab motorcyclist attacks two Jews outside Old City
'Israel has every right to refuse a 1967 withdrawal'
IDF soldier lightly injured by rock thrower, suspect shot and killed
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Local soccer returns from extended break
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The Premier League returns to full action this weekend following a three week break.
By ALLON SINAI
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Maccabi will then fly to Lithuania to face Zalgiris Kaunas in continental action next Friday.
Hapoel Beersheba hosts Sparta Prague with eye on last-32 berth • Maccabi Tel Aviv needs win at Alkmaar.
Daunting challenge for Hapoel vs Valencia • Nahariya falls to Banvit in Champions League.
Yellow-and-blue comfortably improves to 2-0 in BSL thanks to shooters Goudelock and Landesberg.
Jerusalem has little trouble overcoming Kiryat Gat on the road ahead of Eurocup opener in Valencia.
Beersheba secured the victory by the halftime break, scoring four goals in the first 38 minutes of the match.
Jerusalem opened its local league campaign in impressive fashion last weekend, easily beating Bnei Herzliya 81-61 to build on its promising pre-season form.
Landesberg misses last-second layup as yellow-and-blue opens Euroleague campaign with 99-97 defeat.
Israel’s Amir Weintraub is ranked No. 232 in the world.
Despite failing to qualify for the Top 16 last season, Maccabi is among the 11 A Licence clubs who signed multi-year deals to play in the Euroleague.
Albania lost 2-0 to Spain on Sunday, with Italy beating Macedonia 3-2 thanks to Ciro Immobile’s winner in the second minute of stoppage time.
Title banner hung in triumphant celebratory affair; Tapiro wins coaching debut with Ashdod.
The yellow-and-blue also trailed early in the extra period, but eventually eked out a win.
Despite ho-hum effort vs Liechtenstein at Teddy, Hemed’s brace lifts Israel to second straight triumph.
Herzliya never came close to mounting a comeback and Hapoel cruised to what it hopes will be the first of many comfortable wins this season.
Following the dramatic win in Macedonia, blue-and-white expected to face far easier time at Teddy Stadium.
The head of the Palestinian Football Association Jibril Rajoub has said that the presence of the settler teams is illegal under FIFA’s own rules.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
The Champions League will involve 48 teams from 31 countries, but none of Europe’s biggest clubs, which will be playing in the Euroleague and Eurocup.
Hemed, Ben-Haim tallies give Israel 2-1 road conquest as Goresh saves stoppage-time penalty.
Israel’s Roy Nissany is on the verge of breaking into Formula 1.
By PAUL ALSTER
FIFA fines Italian side 30,000 Swiss Francs for “improper and discriminatory” behavior of fans who gave fascist salute during Italy-Israel match in Haifa.
Yellow-and-blue loses final pre-season game against Darussafaka after Anthony Parker induction.
Despite falling 3-1 to Italy in Haifa in its opener, Israel put the European powerhouse under pressure and came close to leveling the score in the second half.
The rower’s training accident became a symbol of indifference in Israeli society, with dozens on onlookers seeing her capsized boat and doing nothing except for calling the police.
Jerusalem picks up much-needed confidence with 15-point win over yellow-and-blue in Nahariya.
Ciaran Kilduff scored the only goal of the match in the 72nd minute, leaving Maccabi without a point after two games in Group D.
Hapoel entered the match at one of the lowest points in the club’s long history.
Beersheba hosts Sparta Prague in its next group match on October 20 before visiting the Czech Republic for another meeting two weeks later.
The disarray on the pitch has been matched by the club’s shambolic running off the field.
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