Atlanta, a professional Argentine team founded more than a century ago in a Jewish neighborhood, played All Boys at their stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Thursday.
With their team down in the match, the All Boys fans began to chant about “killing the Jews to make soap” as they waved Palestinian flags and T-shirts bearing Iranian symbols.
Atlanta won the match, 3-2, triggering violence by the All Boys fans, destroying property at the stadium and attacked police cars outside.
“The Argentine Football Association must sanction the club for this anti-Semitic offense,” Shimon Samuels, Simon Wiesenthal Center’s director for International Relations, wrote in a statement Friday.
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