Sudanese players and athletes refuse to compete against Israelis because the country does not recognize Israel’s existence. However, recently, Omar, a young Sudanese chess player, broke the rules and played against an Israeli named Matan (pictured) causing the Sudanese Chess Association’s president to resign, and apologize to the Sudanese and Palestinian.
And for the record, Matan won the match. Source: Haaretz

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