Nazi Ties May Force Athletes to Take Democracy VowGermany may force athletes to make a commitment to democracy; announcement comes days after national rower left Olympics over neo-Nazi ties
Jewish American Gymnast Aly Raisman Takes GoldJewish-American gymnast Aly Raisman captured the gold medal in her ultimate triumph in the women’s individual floor exercise on Tuesday
Israeli Sprinter Blames Loss on Shoe DebacleAfter failing to move up to the men's 400m track semifinals at the Olympics, Israeli sprinter Donald Sanford blamed his loss on stolen shoes
German Rower Ousted from Olympics Over Nazi TiesGerman rower Nadja Drygalla left the Olympic Village on Friday following reports that her boyfriend was a far-right extremist.
'I Am Nothing Without Them' Tattoo Stuns IOCFabian Gilot, a member of France’s freestyle swimming team, raised his arm revealing a Hebrew tattoo saying, “I am nothing without them.”
Jewish Gymnast Makes it to Olympic FinalsAmerican Jewish gymnast Aly Raisman reached the Olympics women's artistic gymnastics finals, beating world champion Jordyn Wieber.
Lithuanian Fan Gives Nazi Salute During GamesA Lithuanian basketball fan goaded two African American Olympic stewards with his arm raised in what appeared to be a Nazi salute.
IOC Defends 'Nazi Salute' of German OfficialThe Olympic Committee defended a German official who has been accused of performing the 'Nazi salute' during opening ceremony of the Games.
Iranian Claims 'Gut Infection,' Avoids IsraeliAn Iranian athlete likely to compete against an Israeli withdrew from the competition, claiming he was suffering from a “gut infection.”
Lebanese Olympians Refuse to Train with IsraelisOlympic officials erected a screen between Lebanon's and Israel's judo fighters after Lebanese refused to train on same mat as the Israelis.
British Islamists Call Off Olympics ProtestA group of British Islamists called off a protest outside the London Olympic Park to denounce “the evil of the Games.”
Join 'Minute for Munich,' Streaming OnlineJoin the global campaign to commemorate Israel's murdered athletes on Friday morning, July 27.
In Response to BBC: Olympic Team Salutes JerusalemIsrael’s Olympic team responds to the BBC’s assertion that Jerusalem is not Israel’s capital in a special video.
Munich Widows Call for Silent ProtestWidows of the athletes who were murdered in Munich call on the audience to stand when IOC head is invited to speak at the opening ceremony.
Peres: Iran in 'Open War' with IsraelPresident Shimon Peres told CNN that Iran is in an “open war” with Israel and blamed regime for Bulgaria attack that killed five Israelis.
Romney Supports Moment of SilenceMitt Romney says he supports an official minute of silence to honor Israeli athletes killed at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
London Mayor Disagrees with IOCLondon mayor Boris Johnson tells user on Twitter: "“Believe me we will have" a moment of silence for Munich victims.
BBC Still Playing Games with Jerusalem's StatusOlympic website says Jerusalem is the "seat of government," Israel pressing it to write "capital."
IOC: No Moment of Silence for Munich VictimsInternational Olympic Committee clarifies that "the opening ceremony in London will not include any element of commemoration."
Head of Syria's Olympic Committee Refused VisaHead of the Syrian Olympic Committee refused a visa to travel to London for this summer’s games.
British Amb., Paralympics Celebrate London 2012The British Embassy in Israel, together with the British Council, held a special event in honor of the Israeli Paralympics team.
Refusal to Hold Minute of Silence 'Unacceptable'International Olympic Committee rejects plea to hold minute of silence in honor of the Israeli Olympic team murdered at 1972 Munich Games.
Ahmadinejad to Attend 2012 Olympic Games?Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced on Thursday that he wants to attend the London Olympic Games.
Coins to be Awarded to Israeli Olympic Medalists"Gymnastic Coin," illustrating strength, balance, coordination, flexibility and grace, to be presented to Israeli Olympic winners.