Munich 11 Memory Project

THE MUNICH MEMORY PROJECT

During the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, 11 members of the Israeli Olympic team were taken hostage and murdered. Join us in commemorating this horrific massacre by ensuring that the memory of this event endures and that the world never stays silent again.

The Munich Memory Project was created to harness the passion garnered throughout the world upon the murder of the members of the Israeli Team. Its aim is two-fold: to protect this memory for generations to come and to serve as an inspiration for others to learn from - for those around the world to collectively take pride in the accomplishments of fellow Jews.

Join us in turning memory into meaning.

Share your expressions of memory and meaning on our Virtual Memorial Wall


REMEMBERING THE ATHLETES

We hope you will share this with your family and friends so YOU can be a part of demonstrating that the memory is not for Israel alone to protect. Now, we can take history and make it PERSONAL - for the sake of Israel, for the sake of the Olympic tradition and of our pride as the People of Israel.


TAKE PART IN THE MUNICH MEMORY PROJECT

READ our Reflective Commemoration Program together with your family, friends and community members.

PRINT Your Personal Memorial Flag to raise during your moment of silence or hang in your home, office, school, anywhere to commemorate this event.


LOOKING BACK AT '72


DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

What did this campaign for a moment of silence inspire in you?

Did it help you feel connected to Israel in any way?

What is the legacy of 11 Israeli men, from different backgrounds, different Jewish identities, different histories of their arrival to Israel and the experiences their families endured to arrive there as they were collectively targeted by the terrorists?

What does this mean to you as a fellow Jew, a fellow Israeli, a fellow Lover of Israel, a fellow athlete?

Why should the memory of these young men be universally protected and understood?


Share your expressions of memory and meaning on our Virtual Memorial Wall Today!

Tags: Memory, Munich Massacre, Athletes4Israel, History, Jewish Unity, Holocaust