Burned Beitar Jerusalem soccer club trophies, the result of an apparent arson attack, are seen at the offices the leading Israeli soccer club Friday, Feb. 8, 2013. The attack is shining a spotlight on longstanding concerns over the growing anti-Arab racism among the nation’s soccer fans. The fire, which destroyed historic trophies and mementos, comes after the team veered away from its unofficial tradition and signed two Muslim players from Chechnya, enraging its most xenophobic fan-base that has a history of chanting anti-Islam slurs at games. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)
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