London Olympic Games have turned into a political game even before the start of the events, with the London Olympics official website removing the countries’ capitals from their profiles on the orders of Israel
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Until Monday morning, 30 April, the official website of the 2012 London Olympics described Israel as a country without a capital. The space for Israel’s capital in the profile London Olympics website had dedicated to it was left empty as Jerusalem (Al-Quds) was listed as Palestine’s capital.
As for 1 May 11:18am GMT, the profile of the countries listed on the website did not contain any information about their capital.
The clear sign of the impact of the Zionist lobby on decisions regarding the London Olympics comes as the London Olympics logo itself spells the word Zion, which is a biblical word for Israel.
Furthermore, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Iran’s Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Mohammad Abbasi said they would not attend the London Olympics after it was revealed that Olympic athletes and their coaches would have to undergo fingerprints and face-scans being taken by UK officials.
Moreover, while the International Olympic Committee extended an invitation to the president of the Syrian Olympic committee, Mowaffak Joumaa, the British government warned that Joumaa could be refused entry to Britain.
This all comes as the United Nations adopts a resolution before each Olympic Games which calls for “building a peaceful and better world through sport and the Olympic ideal.”