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I don't know about players but Mr. & Mrs. Starkwell and criminal son Virgil were Saints fans. A documentary was made about them.

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The religious affiliation of the Israeli population as of 2019 was 74.2% Jewish, 17.8% Muslim, 2.0% Christian, and 1.6% Druze. The remaining 4.4% included faiths such as Samaritanism and Baháʼí, and "religiously unclassified", the category for all who do not belong to one of the recognized communities.

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7 minutes ago, Linky said:

He’s Israeli, not necessarily Jewish.

I’m going to say he’s Jewish, judging by his  surname and place of birth. Whether he’d be a secular or religious Jew I don’t know, but if I had to guess I’d guess secular. Oh, and it gets dark in Israel by 5pm and snows there sometimes too. If he can score a goal that’ll do for me.  If he scores we can all shout “ken” which is Hebrew for “yes” or “toda” which is thankyou. Welcome Guy.

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