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  • "Kesher" means "connection" in Hebrew. The banner image is the mosaic floor of a 6th c. synagogue in Jericho, showing a menorah flanked by a shofar and lulav; the inscription reads "Shalom Al Yisrael." (This synagogue was destroyed by Arab vandals a few years ago. The condition of the mosaic floor is unknown.)
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December 23, 2005

Munich remembered: Home page

This entry is part of a series on the Munich Massacre and “Munich” the movie, to provide factual background to accompany the movie's release. The authoritative documentary on the massacre is One Day in September.

Here's a master list of all the Munich posts:

Munich remembered: The PLO and the Germans and the French
Munich remembered: The Athletes
Munich remembered: The Olympics
Munich remembered: The Protagonists Speak
Munich remembered: First they came . . .
Munich remembered: the British Arabists
Munich remembered, the movie: "Inspired by Real Events"

Judith | 12/23/05 at 04:46 PM | Categories: - Munich Massacre

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Tracked on December 26, 2005 02:22 PM


Posts like these, with the proper perspectives and clear information, are why good blogs will be around for a long time.

sigmund, carl and alfred | December 26, 2005 03:23 PM

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