Shaul Ladany, 86, survived a Nazi bombing of his family’s house when he was a child, the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and the 1972 Munich Olympics terror attack.
The Frake-Waterfield version could be called (or spelled) Winnie-the-S**t. The bear who is always “rumbly” in his “tumbly,” is causing a very different type of stomach ache.
Well-known Israeli author Yossi Melman co-wrote the movie, Munich 1972: Of Games and Blood, showing on Yes VOD and StingTV.
Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
Iran is behind “radical forces sowing terror, grief and devastation and seeking to menace everyone in the world,” said Herzog.
"Those who remember the dark and endless hours of that bitter September carry in their hearts the same scar and the same moments which they followed with excruciating media reports." - Isaac Herzog
Germany should shoulder its share of responsibilities for the attack, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier said.
Seeing sport as an apolitical forum for excellence, Olympics fanatics hoped that nationalists would get their jollies by going for the gold rather than invading their neighbors.
Fifty years on, it is important not only to acknowledge the Munich Massacre, but to learn from it.
California-born Jew Mark Spitz's remarkable run saw him compete in seven swimming events, winning every single one and setting seven world records.