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The deal between Betar and the Emirati buyer is also making headlines in the UK. CEO Moni Brosh: "This is an opportunity to eradicate racism from Israeli football"



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The deal between Betar and the Emirati buyer is also making headlines in the UK. CEO Moni Brosh: "This is an opportunity to eradicate racism from Israeli football"

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The deal between Betar Jerusalem and the American buyer Hemed bin Khalifa is becoming a world-scale story. which included interviews with opponents and supporters throughout.



"this transaction caused many fans to rise up against the club", quoted one fan, and a member of "La Familia" who remained anonymous added: "the sale of Beitar Jerusalem, Muslim man threatens not only the Jewish identity of the club, but On the Jewish identity of the whole of Jerusalem. "

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The article noted that "despite Moshe's promises to make Betar a model for coexistence, the purpose of this deal is not necessarily social, and does not necessarily relate to coexistence.

Perhaps its main purpose is to strengthen the business power of the United Arab Emirates in Israel, its new partner.

In any case, it is not clear whether this move can create a real change in the club, which has deliberately avoided signing Muslim players for years. " So fast. "



Betar CEO Moni Brosh was interviewed for the article and is actually convinced that the move is indeed revolutionary." This is a great opportunity for the club and for Israeli football.

"There is a possibility here of eradicating racism in football, which stems from a handful of fans," he said.

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