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The Arab Islamic “Palestinian” / Nazi massacre at 1972 Olympics, Munich

August 10, 2012

The Massacre in Munich Olympics – 1972

     

       

  • Arab-Islamic / Nazi crime
        The massacre of 11 Israeli athletes by Arab Muslim ‘Palestinians’ of Arafat’s PLO / ‘Black September’ – aided by Neo-Nazis.[1] Mastermind Abu Daoud was driven round Germany by neo-Nazi.[2]
       
       
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  • Salame – son of Mufti’s aide
        It was executed by (one of the main architects) Ali Hassan Salameh, was the son[3] of Shaykh Hassan Salameh [Salama], a top aide of the infamous Grand Mufti,[4] Nazi-trained[5]who worked with the Mufti to poison the wells of Tel-Aviv[6] (operation Atlas – 1944, that could have killed 250,000 people[7][8]), and later on, together with Abd el Kader led the “Holy war army,”[9][10][11] one of the most effective and cruel commandos during the Palestine War of 1947-48.[12]
       
       
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  • Abu Jihad – trail of blood
        One of the architects was Abu Jihad [Khalil al-Wazir].[13] This aide of Y. Arafat was also behind many atrocities,[14] such as: Abu Jihad masterminded the March 11, 1978 Israeli Coastal Road Massacre – the hijacking two civilian buses, and murder of 38 civilians, including 13 children. He also orchestrated the March 1975 Tel Aviv Hotel Savoy Massacre, murdering seven civilians.[15]
       
       
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  • Arafat’s blessing
        The butchers were blessed – ahead of the operation – by Arafat and other Arabs: ‘Allah protect you.’[16] [17][18]
       
       
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  • Reaction: Arab media vs world
        While it shocked the world,[19] Arab newspapers were defending the killers.[20]
       
       
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  • Solidarity
        Later, 80,000 gathered, honored the memory of the slain Israelis.[21]
       
       
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  • Qaddafi: Jihad & pan-Arabism
        From the fears, expressed at the aftermath: Egypt’s union with Libya, whose Head of State, Colonel Gaddafi, is set on jihad, on “holy war” with Israel, raises a threat along with the hopes… with the pan-Arab urgings of Colonel Gaddafi and the inhuman terror of the guerillas…[22] Qaddafi created a “Jihad Fund” to help finance Palestinian guerrillas and had the Palestinian militants who had been killed at the 1972 Munich Olympics buried as heroes in Tripoli.[23]
       
       
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  • Glorification by official “Palestinian” Arabs
        Decades later, mastermind Daoud was glorified by Palstinian Authority’s media[24] [25] and praised by its “moderate” leader – Abu Mazen (in 2010).[26] The “moderate” Abbas, also named -in April 2010- a Ramallah street in (above mentioned) Abu Jihad’s name;[27]sponsored a youth tournament after him;[28][29] and named a research center after him. [30]

Notes

       

  1. ^ “Files Show, Neo-Nazis Helped Palestinian Terrorists in Munich 1972 Massacre,” Spiegel Online, June 18, 2012.
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  3. ^ Julian Gavaghan: “German neo-Nazis helped Palestinian terrorists kill 11 Israeli athletes in 1972 Munich Massacre, intelligence files reveal,” Daily Mail, June 18, 2012.
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  5. ^ Ehud Yonay: “No margin for error: the making of the Israeli Air Force,” (Pantheon Books, April 13, 1993, 426 pp), p. 11.
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  7. ^ Michael Bar-Zohar, Eitan Haber: “Massacre in Munich: The Manhunt for the Killers Behind the 1972 Olympics Massacre,” Globe Pequot, December 1, 2005, 256 pp.), p. 237.
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  9. ^ Joseph Cummins: “The War Chronicles: From Flintlocks to Machine Guns: A Global Reference of All the Major Modern Conflicts,” (Fair Winds, July 1, 2009 – 400 pp.) p. 352.
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  11. ^ Bar-Zohar, p. 58.
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  13. ^ Benyamin Korn: “Arab Chemical Warfare Against Jews–in 1944,” Wyman Institute, March 2003.
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  15. ^ “Operation Atlas – Poisoning Tel-Aviv Residents,” IsraCast, November 05, 2011
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  17. ^ Efraim Karsh, Rory Miller: “Israel at Sixty: Rethinking the Birth of the Jewish State,” (Routledge, January 29, 2009 – 266 pp.) p. 105.
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  19. ^ Joseph Cummins: “The War Chronicles: From Flintlocks to Machine Guns: A Global Reference of All the Major Modern Conflicts,” (Fair Winds, July 1, 2009, 400 pp.), p. 352.
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  21. ^ Chaim Herzog, Shlomo Gazit: “The Arab-Israeli Wars: War and Peace in the Middle East from the 1948 War of Independence to the Present,” (Random House Digital, Inc., July 12, 2005, 476 pp.) p. 22.
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  23. ^ Joseph Carmi, Arie Carmi: “The war of Western Europe against Israel,” (Devora Publishing, 2003 – 160 pp.) p. 56.
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  25. ^ Harriet Sherwood: “A massacre to be remembered, The Age, July 27 2012.
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  27. ^ “Israel Links Guerrilla To Munich, Tel Aviv Raids,” AP, Star-News, March 16, 1978.
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  29. ^ Yoram Ettinger: “A man of peace? Ignoring Abbas’ horrific track record of the last 50 year rewards terror,” YNet, April 27, 2010.
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  31. ^ Gus Martin: “The SAGE Encyclopedia of Terrorism, Second Edition,” (2011, 720 pp.) p. 410.
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  33. ^ By Patrick Goodenough: “Munich Olympics Massacre Said to Be PLO Operation,” CNS, May 5, 1999.
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  35. ^ Julie Stahl: “Israelis Remember Munich Olympic Massacre, Celebrate New Gold Win,” July 7, 2008.
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  37. ^ “Slaughter Of 11 Israeli Athletes Shocks World,” Southeast Missourian, September 6, 1972.
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  39. ^ “Arab Newspapers Defend Palestinian Guerillas,” Tri City Herald, September, 1972.
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  41. ^ Frank Corkin Journal Sports Columnist: “Right Choice In Munich,” Meriden Journal, September 12, 1972.
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  43. ^ “As the Flames dies, What?” The Age, September 12, 1972.
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  45. ^ Tom Heneghan: “SPECIAL REPORT-Gaddafi’s secret missionaries2” AlertNet, Rueters, March 29, 2012
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  47. ^ Barry Shaw: “Israel Reclaiming the Narrative,” (AuthorHouse, December 30, 2011, 320 pp.) p. 154.
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  49. ^ Dr. Aharon Lerner: “Mastermind of Munich Massacre to Receive the Palestine Prize, Gamla, November 15, 1999.
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  51. ^ Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu: “Abbas Eulogizes Munich Massacre Mastermind,” Israel National News, July 4, 2010.
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  53. ^ “Ramallah Street Named After Abu Jihad; Calls For Commemorating,” Memri, April 21, 2010.
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  55. ^ Zoe Fox: “PA tourney named after Abu Jihad,” JPost, May 3, 2010.
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  57. ^ “A Culture of Hatred.” The Israel Project
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  59. ^ “Research center named after the terrorist Abu Jihad,” PalWatch, April 18, 2010.