Quebec AM | Sep 30, 2013 | 9:15

Jewish and Sikh communities come together via soccer match

Jewish and Sikh communities in Montreal have decided that their religions should be a way to unite. The ban on turbans on the soccer pitch ended up by creating a friendly dialogue between the Jewish and Sikh communities.

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