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A Betar Jerusalem Hebrew sign is seen during the match for the league against Hapoel Tel Aviv in the Jerusalem stadium "Tedy". Hapel Tel Aviv is considered by Betar fans  the worst enemy in the league which represents the Ashkenazy (European born) lefty club.  Beitar won the match 2 -1. Beitar Jerusalem FC was founded in the 1930's by the right-wing Revisionist Zionist movement, which later formed the Israeli Likud political party, during the British Mandate rule over Palestine. The chanting of the club is racist and mainly against Arabs. The team is the only one in the Israeli league to have never had an Arab player. Beitar is seen as the right wing and Mizrahi (Jews who came from Asia and Africa) club. Photo by Quique Kierszenbaum