Star of David/Israeli Flags BANNED at UEFA Soccer Game in Milan

A friend of the JIDF, Matthew Gilbert, has informed us that the UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) Champions League soccer game between Inter Milan and Tottenham Hotspur (with Inter being the home team), have banned the Star of David flags from entering the stadium.  Whether this is a move on Inter or UEFA's part is unknown.

Here is the link here from the Spurs website. About halfway down you can see: 

Toilet facilities are of the basic European design for both male and female and are few and far between. Catering facilities are equally sparse.

Flags and banners with appropriate wording would be welcome at the Stadium, but the Police Authorities have advised that those flags showing the Star of David will not be allowed access and may be confiscated. Please respect this request.
What---their request to be Nazis?  How lovely of them to place this "request" right after their description of toilet facilities and catering facilities for the game.  It's important that thousands of people know that the toilet and catering facilities are sparse.  Right up there in importance with that is the fact that flags with the Star of David are banned.  They then get into transportation details, etc.  But this Israeli flag banning business is very important to them.  What would happen to the people who dare to bring an Israeli flag?  If you're going, we dare you to do it, and record it.  See what happens.  And send us the footage.

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