Wednesday, August 01, 2012

Video: Guri Weinberg, Son of Israeli Coach Murdered During 1972 Munich Olympics, Speaks Out

Guri Weinberg was one month old when his father, Moshe Weinberg and ten other Israeli athletes were tortured and murdered by Palestinian terrorists at the 1972 Munich Olympics.

Here Weinberg speaks out against the IOC's (International Olympic Committee) 40-year refusal of a 1 Minute Moment of Silence, while talking with Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Associate Dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

Last week, Guri Weinberg wrote about Why the IOC Will Never Memorialize the '72 Munich Massacre:
That's when I understood that the IOC wasn't turning us down because of their resistance to "politics." Rather, it was due to the specific politics the IOC apparently still embraces. Based on its history of Nazi support, greed and the blood on their own hands for inciting the PLO, they would never support Israeli athletes.
Read the whole thing.

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