May 24, 2012, - 3:39 pm
As you probably know, the International Olympic Committee, once again–as with every single Olympic Games from 1972 on–has refused to memorialize the Israeli athletes murdered at the 1972 Munich Olympics by Palestinian Islamic terrorists, and this latest refusal is for the 2012 Games. They’d rather not offend the Muslims than do the right thing, as the Olympic Games has a history of anti-Semitism. Israel cannot even compete against Muslim countries in the early rounds and must compete in the “European” division so as not to offend the Muslims. It’s something I’ve complained about for decades, including in the video below. Given this context, it’s even more heartwarming to watch the actions of Moran Samuel, an Israeli athlete who won a Gold Medal in the Paralympics.
The Italians, whose country is becoming more and more dominated by Muslim immigrants, never thought an Israeli could win, so they deliberately didn’t have the Israeli national anthem ready and played some BS song instead. She was having none of that and sang her own rendition of the Israeli national anthem, “Hatikvah” (“The Hope”). Ms. Samuel will represent Israel in the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, which happens around the same time as the Olympic Games. Will they do this to Israel again? We’ll see.
But, for now, watch this inspiring video, below. As my friend, “Mehitabel,” rightly says, “Israelis know how to make it right!” Yes, they do (most of the time). Check this out . . .
Tags: Hatikvah, Israel, Israeli national anthem, Moran Samuel, Paralympic Games, video