Son of Munich Victim Reveals Horrific New Attack Details Against Israelis…INCLUDING CASTRATION
New information has surfaced concerning the massacre of 11 Israeli athletes and coaches at the 1972 Olympic Games held in Munich, Germany. Guri Weinberg, whose father Moshe was an Israeli wrestling coach killed at the Games, recounted on FoxNews.com, the details of the massacre and his family’s attempt to institute a commemorative minute of silence at various Olympic events since the Games in Munich.
Weinberg describes a meeting that he attended with Alex Gilady, of the IOC’s Radio and Television Committee (at the time), that was held before the opening ceremonies of the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Gilady informed the Weinberg family that it was not possible to hold a minute of silence in Atlanta because it would force the IOC to commemorate the Palestinians who died in Munich.
“My mother said ‘but no Palestinian athletes died’” wrote Weinberg. “Gilady responded ‘Well there were [non-athlete] Palestinians who died at the 1972 Olympics.’ I heard one of the widows say to Gilady ‘Are you equating the murder of my husband to the terrorists that killed him?’” recalled Weinberg.
That exchange was followed by a horrifying response from Ilana Romano, widow of Israeli weightlifter Yossef Romano, recalls Weinberg. “How DARE you!..They let him lay there for hours, dying slowly, and then finished him off by castrating him and shoving it in his mouth!” shouted Mrs. Romano, in a response that Weinberg says “has haunted me to this day.”
Mr. Weinberg’s account was written in response to the identical drama that played out this year preceding the opening of the Summer Olympics in London. Calls by the victims’ families for a commemorative moment of silence that were joined by diplomats from America, Israel, Germany, Italy and elsewhere, failed to convince the IOC to hold a minute of silence at the Games’ Opening Ceremonies that occurred last Friday. Instead, the Ceremonies featured two other moments
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