'Jew's b***h': Bosnian soccer team thrashed after fans mock rival’s Israeli owner

During Bosnian Cup match, home team Čelik Zenica fans targeted Zrinjski Mostar, owned by Israeli businessman Amir Kabiri, with antisemitic sign; guests responded with resounding 6:0 routing; Kabiri: ‘We demonstrated on the pitch how to combat antisemitism’
During a Bosnian Cup match on Thursday, an antisemitic incident occurred involving Zrinjski Mostar, a top-tier Bosnian club owned by Israeli businessman Amir Kabiri, while playing against second-division team Čelik Zenica. The home team's supporters held up a sign with a derogatory message stating, "Who cares about your championships and first places when you are Jew's b***h?"
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Despite the offensive message on the sign, the match continued without intervention, and the sign was not removed.
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Amir Kabiri
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Kabiri's club, however, delivered a decisive response on the pitch, demolishing their opposition with a 6-0 thrashing, including a remarkable five goals in the first half, and confidently advancing to the round of 16.
Kabiri, formerly the owner and chairman of Hapoel Tel Aviv from 2015 to 2016, responded to the anti-Semitic actions of the Zenica fans on his social media account. He remarked, "We demonstrated on the pitch how to combat antisemitism."
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