(Algemeiner) Who would have ever predicted that the family members of Jews who were killed — allegedly by the Palestinian terror group Black September 50 years ago at the Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany — are now demanding up to ten times what they originally agreed upon in compensation 20 years ago?
Families of the Israeli coaches and athletes murdered by Palestinian terrorists at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Germany, are threatening to not attend the 50th anniversary commemoration of the massacre until a longstanding dispute over compensation is resolved.
“None of us will come unless the question of compensation is finally clarified,” said Ankie Spitzer, spokesperson for the families, as reported by the German-language publication Süddeutsche Zeitung over the weekend.
Her late husband, Andre Spitzer, was one of 11 Israeli coaches and athletes killed after the Palestinian terrorist group Black September stormed the Olympic Village on September 5, 1972. The group shot dead two members of Israel’s Olympic team early in the assault, while the remaining 9 hostages were killed during a failed German rescue attempt, along with one German police officer.
The city of Munich is planning a series of events and exhibitions to commemorate the massacre this year, with each month dedicated to one of the 12 victims. Munich will additionally host the 2022 European Championships from August 11-21, which will be the largest sporting event in Germany since the 1972 Summer Olympics. The upcoming competition will take place in the Olympic Park, the same location where the Olympic Games were held.
In 2002, Germany paid $2.98 million in compensation to relatives of the Israeli victims of the attack, even though the families demanded $29 million and an apology. Spitzer said the families have been asking for years for “normal compensation according to international standards,” Süddeutsche Zeitung reported.
The families cited as an example the $10 million compensation paid per victim to the relatives of those killed in the 1988 bombing of a Pan Am flight that exploded over Scotland, killing 270 people on board. Three Libyan intelligence operatives were charged in the bombing.
Despite the demands of the bereaved families, Süddeutsche Zeitung reported that the German government believes it is done compensating for the attack.
Let’s call this what it really is — another Jewish shakedown of the German government — another cut of a thousand cuts, bleeding them dry under the guise of “reparations” for the so-called “Holocaust.”
Why aren’t the Israelis demanding $29 million per head from the supposed party responsible — the Palestinian Liberation Organization — for allegedly “inciting “Black September” into committing this act of terror?
Would this “terror” event in Munich have even taken place if the Israelis hadn’t been ethnically cleansing the Palestinians from the land allotted to them by the original U.N. partition agreement in 1946?
And how did the German police somehow “fail” in their duties? — They tried to save as many of the hostages as possible, knowing full well that it would be a lose-lose situation for them as hosts of this event.
Of course, any Jewish life is “priceless” — but according to the aggrieved families, if they were forced to put a price on a Jewish life, $29 million wouldn’t add insult to the injury. For now.
Some, however, find it inconceivable that the Israeli Mossad would have entrusted German Olympic security to protect the Israeli team without serious input — and given how the Mossad wages war through deception — many suspect that this terror attack had the classic makings of a false flag event.
Only four years later, another fishy Mossad operation unfolded at Entebbe — with more Jewish hostages, but with an outcome that Israel couldn’t have wished for had it orchestrated the whole affair themselves.