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Fans of the Jerusalem football team Beitar Jerusalem hold up a banner that reads in Hebrew, 'Beitar Pure forever' during a match in Jerusalem on January 26, 2012. the Beitar Jerusalem football team was in turmoil after some fans lashed out at the owner's plan to sign two Muslim players, insisting the club would remain 'pure' and causing uproar during a weekend game. Israeli media reported that Arkady Gaydamak, the Russian-Israeli owner of Beitar Jerusalem, had decided to sign two Chechen footballers from Russian team Terek Grozny. AFP PHOTO/STR ==ISRAEL OUT== (Photo credit should read -/AFP/Getty Images)
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Fans of the Jerusalem football team Beitar Jerusalem hold up a banner that reads in Hebrew, 'Beitar Pure forever' during a match in Jerusalem on January 26, 2012. the Beitar Jerusalem football team was in turmoil after some fans lashed out at the owner's plan to sign two Muslim players, insisting the club would remain 'pure' and causing uproar during a weekend game. Israeli media reported that Arkady Gaydamak, the Russian-Israeli owner of Beitar Jerusalem, had decided to sign two Chechen footballers from Russian team Terek Grozny. AFP PHOTO/STR ==ISRAEL OUT== (Photo credit should read -/AFP/Getty Images)
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January 26, 2013
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Fans of the Jerusalem football team Beitar Jerusalem hold up a banner... News Photo 160163508Banner,Chaos,Club,Fan,Holding,Horizontal,Islam,Jerusalem,Judaism,Match - Sport,Owner,Plan,Playing,Pure,Reading,Soccer,Sport,Team,Weekend ActivitiesPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPFans of the Jerusalem football team Beitar Jerusalem hold up a banner that reads in Hebrew, 'Beitar Pure forever' during a match in Jerusalem on January 26, 2012. the Beitar Jerusalem football team was in turmoil after some fans lashed out at the owner's plan to sign two Muslim players, insisting the club would remain 'pure' and causing uproar during a weekend game. Israeli media reported that Arkady Gaydamak, the Russian-Israeli owner of Beitar Jerusalem, had decided to sign two Chechen footballers from Russian team Terek Grozny. AFP PHOTO/STR ==ISRAEL OUT== (Photo credit should read -/AFP/Getty Images)