In this Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013 photo, longtime soccer supporter of Beitar Jerusalem F.C., Abigail Sharabi poses for a portrait inside her home in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Pisgat Zeev. The offices of the Beitar Jerusalem soccer team were set on fire early Friday in an apparent arson attack, police said, a day after four of the club's fans were charged with anti-Muslim chanting at a recent game. Tensions have been bubbling ever since the team announced last month it would sign on two Muslim Chechen players — Zaur Sadayev and Gabriel Kadiev — in a break from the team's unofficial tradition of not signing Arabs or Muslims. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)
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