Friday, November 28, 2014 Kislev 6, 5775
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Soccer players in the 2014 World Cup with Jewish or Israeli connections did very well in the first round of games.
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Hillel Kutler, JTA
The Buenos Aires husband and wife, with help from a U.S. Jewish foundation grant, have a goal to connect Jewish visitors to Brazil already united by a passion for soccer.
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The Israeli national team may not be playing but there are still a few interesting World Cup participants to cheer on this year.
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JTA
The World Jewish Congress called on the FIFA world soccer association to hold a tribute to the 85 victims of the AMIA Jewish center terrorist attack before a match between Argentina and Iran at the World Cup in Brazil.
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Max Ufberg, JE Feature
South Jersey native Harris Adler is aiming to leave his mark on basketball history books as a promising young coach, starting with his recent move to become an assistant to the team at Alabama’s Auburn University.
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