www.kehilanews.com  May 4, 2017

Against the backdrop of the BDS movement and calls for international celebrities to boycott coming to Israel, the National Basketball Association is bringing its Basketball Without Borders (BWB) program to the Jewish state this summer. The basketball camp will be based at the Wingate Institute in Netanya and will run from Aug. 13 to 16. The best teenaged basketball players from 30 countries, including Israel, will participate and be privy to training from coaches and star players for the NBA and FIBA (International Basketball Federation, the world governing body for basketball).

Former Spurs All-Star player David Robinson, known as a dedicated Christian, is scheduled to be one of the coaches. Among the other professional players who will be on hand are Marc Gasol of Spain, Danilo Gallianari of Italy and Omri Casspi, an Israeli who plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA.

Since its inception in 2001 BWB has organized 49 camps in 25 countries, including India, Mexico and Italy. It has hosted more than 2,700 participants from some 134 nations.

Click here to read the full article at www.kehilanews.com.
www.kehilanews.com  May 4, 2017

Against the backdrop of the BDS movement and calls for international celebrities to boycott coming to Israel, the National Basketball Association is bringing its Basketball Without Borders (BWB) program to the Jewish state this summer. The basketball camp will be based at the Wingate Institute in Netanya and will run from Aug. 13 to 16. The best teenaged basketball players from 30 countries, including Israel, will participate and be privy to training from coaches and star players for the NBA and FIBA (International Basketball Federation, the world governing body for basketball).

Former Spurs All-Star player David Robinson, known as a dedicated Christian, is scheduled to be one of the coaches. Among the other professional players who will be on hand are Marc Gasol of Spain, Danilo Gallianari of Italy and Omri Casspi, an Israeli who plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA.

Since its inception in 2001 BWB has organized 49 camps in 25 countries, including India, Mexico and Italy. It has hosted more than 2,700 participants from some 134 nations.

Click here to read the full article at www.kehilanews.com.
www.kehilanews.com  May 4, 2017

Against the backdrop of the BDS movement and calls for international celebrities to boycott coming to Israel, the National Basketball Association is bringing its Basketball Without Borders (BWB) program to the Jewish state this summer. The basketball camp will be based at the Wingate Institute in Netanya and will run from Aug. 13 to 16. The best teenaged basketball players from 30 countries, including Israel, will participate and be privy to training from coaches and star players for the NBA and FIBA (International Basketball Federation, the world governing body for basketball).

Former Spurs All-Star player David Robinson, known as a dedicated Christian, is scheduled to be one of the coaches. Among the other professional players who will be on hand are Marc Gasol of Spain, Danilo Gallianari of Italy and Omri Casspi, an Israeli who plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA.

Since its inception in 2001 BWB has organized 49 camps in 25 countries, including India, Mexico and Italy. It has hosted more than 2,700 participants from some 134 nations.

Click here to read the full article at www.kehilanews.com.
www.kehilanews.com  May 4, 2017

Against the backdrop of the BDS movement and calls for international celebrities to boycott coming to Israel, the National Basketball Association is bringing its Basketball Without Borders (BWB) program to the Jewish state this summer. The basketball camp will be based at the Wingate Institute in Netanya and will run from Aug. 13 to 16. The best teenaged basketball players from 30 countries, including Israel, will participate and be privy to training from coaches and star players for the NBA and FIBA (International Basketball Federation, the world governing body for basketball).

Former Spurs All-Star player David Robinson, known as a dedicated Christian, is scheduled to be one of the coaches. Among the other professional players who will be on hand are Marc Gasol of Spain, Danilo Gallianari of Italy and Omri Casspi, an Israeli who plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA.

Since its inception in 2001 BWB has organized 49 camps in 25 countries, including India, Mexico and Italy. It has hosted more than 2,700 participants from some 134 nations.

Click here to read the full article at www.kehilanews.com.
www.kehilanews.com  May 4, 2017

Against the backdrop of the BDS movement and calls for international celebrities to boycott coming to Israel, the National Basketball Association is bringing its Basketball Without Borders (BWB) program to the Jewish state this summer. The basketball camp will be based at the Wingate Institute in Netanya and will run from Aug. 13 to 16. The best teenaged basketball players from 30 countries, including Israel, will participate and be privy to training from coaches and star players for the NBA and FIBA (International Basketball Federation, the world governing body for basketball).

Former Spurs All-Star player David Robinson, known as a dedicated Christian, is scheduled to be one of the coaches. Among the other professional players who will be on hand are Marc Gasol of Spain, Danilo Gallianari of Italy and Omri Casspi, an Israeli who plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA.

Since its inception in 2001 BWB has organized 49 camps in 25 countries, including India, Mexico and Italy. It has hosted more than 2,700 participants from some 134 nations.

Click here to read the full article at www.kehilanews.com.
www.kehilanews.com  May 4, 2017

Against the backdrop of the BDS movement and calls for international celebrities to boycott coming to Israel, the National Basketball Association is bringing its Basketball Without Borders (BWB) program to the Jewish state this summer. The basketball camp will be based at the Wingate Institute in Netanya and will run from Aug. 13 to 16. The best teenaged basketball players from 30 countries, including Israel, will participate and be privy to training from coaches and star players for the NBA and FIBA (International Basketball Federation, the world governing body for basketball).

Former Spurs All-Star player David Robinson, known as a dedicated Christian, is scheduled to be one of the coaches. Among the other professional players who will be on hand are Marc Gasol of Spain, Danilo Gallianari of Italy and Omri Casspi, an Israeli who plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA.

Since its inception in 2001 BWB has organized 49 camps in 25 countries, including India, Mexico and Italy. It has hosted more than 2,700 participants from some 134 nations.

Click here to read the full article at www.kehilanews.com.
www.kehilanews.com  May 4, 2017

Against the backdrop of the BDS movement and calls for international celebrities to boycott coming to Israel, the National Basketball Association is bringing its Basketball Without Borders (BWB) program to the Jewish state this summer. The basketball camp will be based at the Wingate Institute in Netanya and will run from Aug. 13 to 16. The best teenaged basketball players from 30 countries, including Israel, will participate and be privy to training from coaches and star players for the NBA and FIBA (International Basketball Federation, the world governing body for basketball).

Former Spurs All-Star player David Robinson, known as a dedicated Christian, is scheduled to be one of the coaches. Among the other professional players who will be on hand are Marc Gasol of Spain, Danilo Gallianari of Italy and Omri Casspi, an Israeli who plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA.

Since its inception in 2001 BWB has organized 49 camps in 25 countries, including India, Mexico and Italy. It has hosted more than 2,700 participants from some 134 nations.

Click here to read the full article at www.kehilanews.com.
www.kehilanews.com  May 4, 2017

Against the backdrop of the BDS movement and calls for international celebrities to boycott coming to Israel, the National Basketball Association is bringing its Basketball Without Borders (BWB) program to the Jewish state this summer. The basketball camp will be based at the Wingate Institute in Netanya and will run from Aug. 13 to 16. The best teenaged basketball players from 30 countries, including Israel, will participate and be privy to training from coaches and star players for the NBA and FIBA (International Basketball Federation, the world governing body for basketball).

Former Spurs All-Star player David Robinson, known as a dedicated Christian, is scheduled to be one of the coaches. Among the other professional players who will be on hand are Marc Gasol of Spain, Danilo Gallianari of Italy and Omri Casspi, an Israeli who plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA.

Since its inception in 2001 BWB has organized 49 camps in 25 countries, including India, Mexico and Italy. It has hosted more than 2,700 participants from some 134 nations.

Click here to read the full article at www.kehilanews.com.
www.kehilanews.com  May 4, 2017

Against the backdrop of the BDS movement and calls for international celebrities to boycott coming to Israel, the National Basketball Association is bringing its Basketball Without Borders (BWB) program to the Jewish state this summer. The basketball camp will be based at the Wingate Institute in Netanya and will run from Aug. 13 to 16. The best teenaged basketball players from 30 countries, including Israel, will participate and be privy to training from coaches and star players for the NBA and FIBA (International Basketball Federation, the world governing body for basketball).

Former Spurs All-Star player David Robinson, known as a dedicated Christian, is scheduled to be one of the coaches. Among the other professional players who will be on hand are Marc Gasol of Spain, Danilo Gallianari of Italy and Omri Casspi, an Israeli who plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA.

Since its inception in 2001 BWB has organized 49 camps in 25 countries, including India, Mexico and Italy. It has hosted more than 2,700 participants from some 134 nations.

Click here to read the full article at www.kehilanews.com.
www.kehilanews.com  May 4, 2017

Against the backdrop of the BDS movement and calls for international celebrities to boycott coming to Israel, the National Basketball Association is bringing its Basketball Without Borders (BWB) program to the Jewish state this summer. The basketball camp will be based at the Wingate Institute in Netanya and will run from Aug. 13 to 16. The best teenaged basketball players from 30 countries, including Israel, will participate and be privy to training from coaches and star players for the NBA and FIBA (International Basketball Federation, the world governing body for basketball).

Former Spurs All-Star player David Robinson, known as a dedicated Christian, is scheduled to be one of the coaches. Among the other professional players who will be on hand are Marc Gasol of Spain, Danilo Gallianari of Italy and Omri Casspi, an Israeli who plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA.

Since its inception in 2001 BWB has organized 49 camps in 25 countries, including India, Mexico and Italy. It has hosted more than 2,700 participants from some 134 nations.

Click here to read the full article at www.kehilanews.com.
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