Video: Son of murdered Israeli Olympian speaks out on IOC’s refusal to hold 1 minute of silence

H/T Armaros

The following video was produced by the Simon Wiesenthal Center (SWC).

SWC notes that 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.  

In the film, Weinberg is interviewed by Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Associate Dean, and speaks out against the IOC’s 40-year refusal to hold a ‘Minute of Silence’ for the murdered Israelis.


Please read and share Guri’s op-ed: Why the IOC will never memorialize the ’72 Munich massacre.

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