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Birmingham Institute. of Mask Surgery

Remembering Munich
With Minute Of Silence

JTA and Staff

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number of campaigns have
urged the International
Olympics Committee to hold
a minute of silence during the opening
ceremony of the London Olympics on
Friday, July 27. Unfortunately, the IOC
has decided against this commemora-
tion despite more than 100,000 people
signing on to an online petition started
by Ankie Spitzer, widow of slain Israeli
Olympic coach Andre Spitzer.
As an alternative, the Zionist
Federation UK is urging people to join
in a minute of silence to remember the
11 Israeli athletes and coaches mur-
dered 40 years ago by terrorists affili-
ated with Abbas' Fatah movement.
At Friday's opening ceremony, people
worldwide will stop for one minute at
11 a.m. GMT (4 p.m. EDT) and stand
in silence as a personal tribute to those
who lost their lives in the 1972 Munich
massacre.
The Zionist Federation also will
stream live via webcast a short memo-
rial service at 10:45 a.m. GMT (3:45
p.m. EDT). The service can be viewed
at www.minuteformunich.org .
Michal Shahar of Tel Aviv, daugh-
ter of Kahat Shorr, the slain coach
of Israel's shooting team, told The
Forward she views the campaign for

the minute of silence as a worthy
commemoration in itself.
"I think that's the important
thing — not the minute, but that
everyone is talking about it, and
that we didn't let anyone forget
about it," she said.
NBC sportscaster Bob Costas,
according to the Hollywood
The 11 Israeli athletes and coaches
Reporter, will add his voice to
murdered at the Olympics in 1972.
that of President Obama, the U.S.
Senate, the German Bundestag, the
action was taken.
Canadian and Australian parliaments,
The Palestinian terrorists, for exam-
Italian lawmakers and 50 members of
ple, were able to walk by the apart-
the British Parliament also advocating
ments of the Israeli athletes without
the minute of silence.
being stopped.
"I intend to note that the IOC denied
Der Spiegel also reported that
the request:' Costas told the Hollywood
German police had prepared possible
Reporter. "Many people find that denial scenarios for a terror attack at the
more than puzzling, but insensitive'
Games, including one that dealt specifi-
Costas intends to make his remarks
cally with a Palestinian attack on the
when the Israeli delegation enters the
Olympic Village, but after the attack
80,000-seat Olympic Stadium for the
the police said there were no written
opening ceremony.
documents of the preparations and
German authorities tried to cover up
Germany Warned
their failures.
German weekly magazine Der Spiegel
The story is based on reports of
reported on its website Sunday that
the post-attack inquiry, minutes
Germany was warned about a possible
from German Cabinet meetings and
terror attack against Israeli athletes one documents from government bodies
month before the Munich Olympics.
obtained by Der Spiegel.
The magazine reported that though
solid warnings of an attack plan were
See Olympics editorial, page 68
received a month before the Games, no



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the Birmingham area for nearly 30 years.
He is double board certified and is an
assistant professor at Wayne State and
Oakland Universities. His training was at
the University of Michigan, Northwestern
University, Cleveland Clinic and
University of Pennsylvania.

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