I have just read the article on the film Munich (“The Spielberg massacre,” Cover, Jan. 9) and I must completely agree with George Jonas’s analysis that Steven Spielberg’s interpretation is a “fable of moral equivalence.” Having read Vengeance, Jonas’s book about the slaughter of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympic village in 1972 and the subsequent murder of terrorist organizers in Europe, seen the original movie based on the book, and having now seen Munich, I must agree that the latter is a great movie but a poor interpretation of the actual events.
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Foreign Minister Pierre Pettigrew, campaigning for re-election in Montreal’s Papineau riding, took time out from door knocking to work on policy regarding Haiti and Iran. Then he met voters at a mosque on Rue Bellerive and zipped over to the Peerless Clothing factory on Blvd Pie IX to glad-hand employees.
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