🐪🐫 Its Fucking Antisemitic if I ever question how those Psychopath Kleptomaniacs Parasites and Pathogenic Paypal Beggars Admitted into UAE to our civility while we’re all-sleeping, it ain’t worth it. I probably axed outta FaceBook again for doing so. However, Will someone dyslexic enough to ask those Stateless Urban Rejects beforehand how those scumbags got to Palestine in the first place and whose Arab land they Robbed to Propagate like Sewer Rodents to flyover and foreplay judoka down here? Bad Boys, watchout! your asses’ are theirs! Israel is displeased with Abu Dhabi for raising the IJF’s flag instead of raising the Israeli Flag and refraining from playing their National anthem for winning gold at the Judo Grand-Slam in the Emirates. You never know, they may sue us for treason. Psst, have the frogmarched organizers noticed that Abu Dhabi stadium was overwhelmingly empty! it means that ‘still a good Israeli is the dead one’. Those Fatass Stateless Settlers who scat Abu Dhabi ain’t here for sport but they’re urinating Pseudopenis hyenas marking their grounds. No offense! hahaha…لن يضُرُّوكُم إِلاّ أذًى وإِن يُقاتِلُوكُم يُولُّوكُمُ الأدُبار ثُمّ لا يُنصرُون
ضُرِبت عليهِمُ الذِّلّةُ أين ما ثُقِفُوا إِلاّ بِحبلٍ مِّن اللّهِ وحبلٍ مِّن النّاسِ وبآؤُوا بِغضبٍ مِّن اللّهِ وضُرِبت عليهِمُ المسكنةُ ذلِك بِأنّهُم كانُوا يكفُرُون بِآياتِ اللّهِ ويقتُلُون الأنبِياء بِغيرِ حقٍّ ذلِك بِما عصوا وّكانُوا يعتدُون
The United Arab Emirates’ top judo official apologized to his Israeli counterpart Saturday after a tournament in Abu Dhabi saw Israeli athletes repeatedly snubbed by their hosts because of their nationality.
Mohammad Bin Thaloub Al-Darei, president of the UAE’s Judo Federation, and Aref Al-Awani, another senior Emirates sports official, apologized to Israeli Judo Association head Moshe Ponte over the fact that an athlete from the UAE refused to shake hands with an Israeli judoka after a match during the several-day tournament, according to a statement from the International Judo Federation.
Darei and Awani “apologized because of the UAE athletes not shaking hands with the Israel athletes and also congratulated the Israel team for their success here,” IJF president Marius Vizer said. He called the move a “gesture of courage.”
On Friday, the UAE’s Rashad Almashjari refused to shake hands after losing to Israeli Tohar Butbul in the first round of the men’s…
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