The slogan was originally popularized by two World War II Ukrainian paramilitary organizations, one which was responsible for the slaughter of thousands of Jews, the other, of Polish villagers
World Cup Diary
France has far from a perfect history when it comes to Jews, but the government has recognized this and fights antisemitism. Croatia's government does neither
Media and social networks have been fanning a fiery debate about a major conflict at the foundation of Russian society: Chauvinism and patriarchy against sexual and intellectual liberation, and burning nationalism in the face of openness and curiosity
Discount Bank launches saving plan for soccer tournament in a country that bars entry to Israelis
Suddenly a world where a Turkish referee tells Messi what’s what and a black African referee blows the whistle on European whites
The best all-round team won the World Cup, after a fascinating final against Argentina.
Will outbreak of soccer provide brief respite from missiles and hostilities?
Percussionist Joca Perpignan collaborated with writers in Rio, but then returned to Israel to record his superb new album, 'Manso Balanço.'
The first-ever goalless World Cup semifinal was even more tedious than it sounds.
Germany runs riot during one-sided 7-1 semifinal. The 1 flattered the Brazilians.
In epic fashion, Germany advanced over the host nation Brazil, stunning the hopes and dreams of the local crowd, to reach the World Cup final with a 7-1 victory.
It’s South America vs. northern Europe in the two semifinals.
Netherlands and Argentina advance to Wednesday’s semifinal.
Friday’s quarterfinals were chalk and cheese affairs, but the German juggernaut keeps rolling on.
Brazil will be looking for a new color shirt if it loses to Colombia.
Soccer at its very best as Belgium narrowly conquers heroic Americans.
Tim Howard's historic sixteen saves were not enough to keep the American's World Cup dreams alive.
Les Bleus will face Germany on Friday.
Costa Rica makes history and reaches quarters.
Colombia and James Rodriguez look the real deal. Just don’t call him ‘James.’
We don’t want to brag, but we’ve solved the mystery of why Luis Suarez keeps biting people.
Luis Suarez, Uruguay and that old Jedi mind trick.
The tournament gets the one thing it had been lacking – a bloody scandal.
Is the best-paid coach worth his salt? And which one thinks his team isn't the prettiest? A look at this cup's most arresting managers.
If it’s humanly possible, the World Cup is about to get even more interesting.
Bad night for Wayne Rooney and Co., good night for Jose Pekerman.
Bibi, great news - we’ve found your next presidential candidate.
It all started so well for Brazil. But then the national anthem ended and the soccer began.
United States kicks off with spirited win, but no sign of soccer enrichment from Iranians.
Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Tyrion Lannister - can things get any better than this?