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2005-12-27 10:15:42

(Please read in 10th paragraph ... the Los Angeles Times said last week ... instead of ... he told Los Angeles Times in a rare interview last week.) By Nidal al-Mughrabi GAZA (Reuters) - The Palestinian mastermind of the Munich Olympics attack in which 11 Israeli athletes died said on Tuesday he had no regrets and that Steven Spielberg's new film about the incident would not deliver reconciliation. The Hollywood director has called "Munich," which dramatises the 1972 raid and...

2005-12-27 09:46:27

By Nidal al-Mughrabi GAZA (Reuters) - The Palestinian mastermind of the Munich Olympics attack in which 11 Israeli athletes died said on Tuesday he had no regrets and that Steven Spielberg's new film about the incident would not deliver reconciliation. The Hollywood director has called "Munich," which dramatizes the 1972 raid and Israel's reprisals against members of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), his "prayer for peace." Mohammed Daoud planned the Munich attack on...

2005-12-22 20:30:04

By Dan Williams JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A pocketful of receipts helped blow the lid off Israel's most notorious intelligence bungle. It was in 1973, after spies dispatched to Norway killed a waiter mistaken for the Palestinian mastermind of a raid on the previous year's Munich Olympics where 11 Israeli athletes died. The assassins might have got away, except that one of them was not a trained member of Israel's spy agency Mossad but a Danish-born volunteer brought aboard for his...

2005-12-09 12:39:27

By Dan Williams TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Steven Spielberg faces fierce debate over his film about Israel's retaliation for the Palestinian attack on its team at the Munich Olympics, but the director has at least one fan: the widow of a slain athlete. Ilana Romano, whose weightlifter husband Yosef was the first Israeli sportsman gunned down during the 1972 guerrilla raid, said she attended an exclusive courtesy screening of "Munich" in Tel Aviv this week along with fellow widow Ankie...

2005-12-02 07:36:43

ROME (Reuters) - Italy's interior minister warned on Friday that terrorists may target the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, and pledged to deploy a 9,000-strong security force to protect the event. Giuseppe Pisanu told parliament that Italy had received numerous threats from Islamist militants and needed to stay on high alert ahead of a general election, slated for April 2006. "We have to continue to believe that an attack against our country is possible. Therefore, even if today we...

2005-11-30 17:24:13

By Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Steven Spielberg's film about Israel's revenge for the killing of its athletes by Palestinian guerrillas at the 1972 Munich Olympics opens in three weeks, but the Oscar-winning director has made surprisingly little effort to publicize it. Leaders of Jewish and Muslim groups as well as diplomats and foreign policy experts will preview "Munich" before its U.S. release on December 23, but Spielberg has shied away from the media hype and costly...

2005-09-06 08:26:48

By Nidal al-Mughrabi GAZA (Reuters) - The Palestinian mastermind of the 1972 Munich Olympics raid, in which 11 Israeli athletes died, said director Steven Spielberg should have consulted him about a new film on the episode to be sure to get the story right. In an irony worthy of a John le Carre novel, Mohammad Daoud echoed veterans of Israel's Mossad spy service in questioning the sources used for "Munich," a thriller chronicling the massacre and the Israeli revenge assassinations...


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reremouse
  • A bat.
The word 'reremouse' comes from Middle English reremous, from Old English hrēremūs, hrērmūs ("bat"), equivalent to rear (“to move, shake, stir”) +‎ mouse.
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