This past weekend, Mohammed Oudeh (Abu Daoud, the mastermind behind the barbaric Islamic genocidal attack and massacre of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics) died and went to hell. How did decent men allow this incarnation of evil to live so long?
Munich '72 was one of Islam's most gruesome displays of its signature contribution to civilization in the twentieth century. Its coldblooded brutality is pure Islam. Even then, the athletes from Muslim countries did not attend a memorial service held after the massacre and before competition resumed.
Watch the video. They use the term Arab "guerrillas," not militants, or resistance fighters. They got it wrong. Little did we know of jihad then.
In the Howard K. Smith report (above), the reporter gravely notes, "hearts and minds today are heavy with the thought that there is something wrong with mankind."
Imagine how that world, the world of Howard K. Smith and his viewers, would view the barbarians at the gate today. Imagine how the rational America of the mid-twentieth century would look aghast at President Obama, who sides with jihadists, isolates Israel, and who demands we respect this culture of blood, barbarity, Jew-hatred, misogyny and slavery. Imagine how America (before the left putsch) would reel in horror.
Is it any wonder that the Muslims in Muslim-occupied Israel are mourning the death of the head butcher? Today the savages mourn the "mastermind" -- the use of the word mind is an insult. That tells you all you need to know about their culture and how far we (and more importantly, they) have come from '72.
Abbas Eulogizes Munich Massacre Mastermind
by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu
Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas has euologized Abu Dauod, the mastermind of the massacre of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munch Olympics in 1972 and who died Saturday. “He is missed. He was one of the leading figures of Fatah and spent his life in resistance and sincere work as well as physical sacrifice for his people's just causes,” said Abbas.
Dauod, a former commander of the Fatah party that Abbas now heads, died late Friday night as the age of 73.
Abbas’ eulogy and praise for the planner of the murders came less than a month after he told American Jewish leaders in Washington that he will work to stop incitement of violence against Jews. Abbas provided the funds for the Munich massacre, according to Dauod.
The Black September gang said it received its orders from Fatah, which denied involvement in the massacre.
The Munch murder gang consisted of masked terrorists who stormed the apartments where Israeli athletes were staying in the Olympic Village. The terrorists took the athletes as hostages and demanded the release of 200 Arabs from Israeli prisons.
By the time the attack was over, the Israeli athletes were killed, along with one German officer and five of the terrorists. Daoud and one other member of the gang survived.
The Games continued after several hours.
Dauod said in interviews four years ago that he does not regret the massacre. “You can only dream that I would apologize,” he said.
The Israeli victims were:
Moshe Weinberg, wrestling coach, age 33;
Yossef Romano, weightlifter, 31
Ze'ev Friedman, weightlifter, 28
David Berger, weightlifter, 28
Yaakov Springer, weightlifting coach, age 51
Eliezer Halfin, wrestler, 24
Yossef Gutfreund, wrestling referee, 40
Kehat Shorr, shooting coach, 53
Mark Slavin, wrestler, 18
Andre Spitzer, fencing referee, 27
Amitzur Shapira , track coach, 40