FIFI opens disciplinary action against Palestinian FA president
Jibril Rajoub, president of the Palestinian Football Association, faces FIFA punishment for urging fans to burn photos of soccer star Lionel Messi to prevent Argentina’s World Cup warm-up game taking in Jerusalem on June 9. FIFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Rajoub..
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Rajoub was arrested in 1970, for throwing a grenade at an Israeli army bus near Hebron, imprisoned and then released from his life sentence. He is just another Arab murderer with a FIFA gold watch
And this is the sort of shit that happens day after day. Why? Because you did not take care of business in 1970 like it should have been.
Dear Football fans, PLO is most merciful, bow and recognize the truth!
We could very well rip off his intestines, form a long chain, and run a march of protest around Ramallah with one of his legs in the front. But, no! For this one time he shall live, let him be only terrorized.
1 – 0 for Palestinians sportsmen, more fair sport to come!
The Palestinians should be kicked out of FIFA permanently for making death threats against Lionel Messi and his teammates, if they had chosen to play the Israeli team in Jerusalem before the Argentine team cancelled over concern for the lives of its members. Making death threats is not only poor sportsmanship, but should permanently disqualify from FIFA those making the threats!
The Palestinians will never be kicked out of FIFA because the U.N. that “bastion” of peace and equality has their back.
Palestinian sports history starts way back in Munich 1972, with Abbas founding.
And ever since they use a AK47 stock for the hockey stick.
But, never won, will never win.
‘Coze at least some brain is required.