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ZF Minute for Munich 1972 – Friday 27.07, – 11 am London time

Posted by Oyster on July 25, 2012

Hello

As you may be are aware, there have been a number of campaigns urging the IOC to hold a minutes’ silence during the Opening Ceremony of the London Olympics. Unfortunately the IOC has decided against this commemoration. So, the Zionist Federation UK is inviting you to join us in remembering the 11 murdered Israeli Athletes.

On the morning of the Opening Ceremony, 27th July, we are asking people all over the world to stop for one minute and stand in silence as a personal tribute to those who lost their lives in the 1972 Munich Massacre. Wherever you may be and whatever you may be doing, please join us and stand in silence for one minute in silence as we remember.

We will also be holding a short memorial service that will be streamed live via a webcast from 10.45am. You will be able to view this at www.minuteformunich.org.

This is a truly worldwide event- wherever you are in the world at 11am on July 27th, we are inviting you to take part in a minute of silence.

We are writing to ask if you can publicise this to your community by sharing the following links:

Minute for Munich Facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/events/265885086858201

Minute for Munich information Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Minute-for-Munich/499464570079851

If you are part of an organisation, email minutesilence to see how you can get involved.

For more information: www.minuteformunich.org

Thank you very much

Kind regards

Melissa Harris
Zionist Federation
020 8202 0202
www.zionist.org.uk

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