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No, says Benjamin Wittes, the editor of the national security blog Lawfare.Wittes, who happens to be a martial arts aficionado himself, has chided Putin as a “fraud” and a “phony,” and is trying to call his bluff by challenging the Russian strongman to a fight in any location where Putin lacks the authority to have him arrested.After Sasson defeated El Shehaby and the pair retook their places in front of the referee, the Egyptian backed away when Sasson bowed and approached him to shake hands.When called back by the referee to bow, El Shehaby gave a quick nod before walking off amid loud boos from the crowd .Japan is not surprisingly leading the medal table of the Cadet World Championships in Santiago de Chile with three gold medals.Also at the last day, Japan have good papers for the medals, but they can expect some opposition from various countries.Shaking hand of your opponent is not an obligation written in the judo rules. Yesterday in 100kg we were 31 from all around the world. I precise that I have no problem with Jewish people or any other religion or different beliefs.But for personal reasons, you can’t ask me to shake the hand of anyone from this State, especially in front of the whole world.
Only athletes with visual impairment are eligible to compete, with all the sight classes (B1, B2 and B3) competing together and divided according to the judokas’ weight.Athletes compete in a series of tournaments along the year, including World Cups and world and regional Championships.Judo is governed by the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA). RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian judoka Islam El Shehaby has been sent home from the Rio Olympics after refusing to shake the hand of Israeli Or Sasson following the end of their bout, the International Olympic Committee said on Monday.El Shehaby, who was sent home by his own team, lost the fight on Friday and was reprimanded by the IOC for his actions.