“Palestinian” Authority thanks International Olympic Committee for refusing to honor Munich victims (& Abbas’ role in the massacre)

Posted on July 27, 2012

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Excerpted from ATLAS SHRUGS: “Enacting and holding a moment of silence for the victims of this atrocity is not some wild request: it is a moral requirement. Shame on them.” Seb in the Atlas comments

The IOC’s naked antisemitism is depraved, inhuman and barbaric.
PA thanks IOC for refusing to honor Munich victims (& Abbas’ role in the massacre) July 27, 2012, Tom Gross Dispatch

* Palestinian President Abbas played a key role in enabling Munich Olympics massacre Armed police during the attack on Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics in 1972
PARLIAMENTS ACROSS THE WORLD CALL ON IOC TO “DO THE RIGHT THING”

…..the parliaments of Germany, Italy, Canada, Australia and the U.S. Congress, among others, have held a minute’s silence and criticized the IOC’s decision, as have U.S. President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
WHY IS THE MEDIA SILENT ON ABBAS’ ROLE IN THE MUNICH MASSACRE?

Even when the Munich massacre has been written about in media in recent days, there has been almost no coverage of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’s role in the massacre.

Abu Daoud, who openly acknowledged his role in the Olympic massacre, both in his memoir, “Palestine: From Jerusalem to Munich,” and in an interview with al-Jazeera TV, is one of several senior PLO members who has said that Yasser Arafat’s then deputy, Mahmoud Abbas (also known as Abu Mazen), was responsible for financing the Munich attack.

When Abu Daoud died in 2010, the official Palestinian Authority daily paper, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, reported (July 4, 2010) that “President Mahmoud Abbas sent a telegram of condolences yesterday over the death of the great fighter Muhammad Daoud Oudeh, ‘Abu Daoud.’ What a wonderful brother, companion, tough and stubborn, relentless fighter.
PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY THANKS IOC FOR REFUSING TO HONOR MUNICH VICTIMS

In a letter sent on Tuesday to IOC chairman Jacques Rogge, the Palestinian Authority officially thanked the International Olympic Committee for refusing to hold a minute of silence at today’s opening ceremony in London to mark the 40th anniversary of the murder of 11 Israeli sportsmen at the 1972 Munich Games, the PA’s official news agency, Wafa, reported yesterday.

An Israeli government spokesperson responded by saying that “if the leadership of the PA is not willing to disassociate itself from its terrorist past, and is unwilling to see the Munich massacre as a brutal act of terrorism, then in Israeli eyes there will be big questions regarding their true commitment to peace and reconciliation.”

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