Egyptian judoka refused to shake the Israeli’s hand after being defeated in the semi-final


Islamic Jew hatred — stunting Muslim countries for millennia.

It has been over 40 years since the Egypt-Israel peace treaty was signed, and still much of the Egyptian population refuse to accept Israel.

Egyptian judoka refused to shake the Israeli’s hand after being defeated in the semi-final

By i24 News, August 28, 2019:

Israeli judoka Sagi Muki won Wednesday the gold medal at Judo World Championship finals in Japan, after beating Belgium contender Matthias Casse. He is the first Israeli to win the Japanese tournament.

Muki reached the final earlier after beating his Egyptian counterpart during the semi-finals.

At the end of an intense battle with the Egyptian, Muki approached the defeated in order to shake hands, in accordance to judoka tradition as a sign of respect. However, the Egyptian refused, and reportedly ignored the Israeli’s gesture.

Hate in Tokyo

WATCH: Blind hate at the World Judo Championships in Tokyo. Once again an Egyptian athlete refuses to shake hands with an Israeli. Disgusting.

Posted by StandWithUs on Wednesday, August 28, 2019



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