Here’s a Reuters story by Dan Williams detailing a list of complaints made about Munich “by those with direct knowledge of the Israeli reprisal campaign.” Their beefs? Golda Meir wasn’t involved in the recruting of the team, the “hits” were more professionally coordinated and executed than depicted in the film, and nobody was on that much of a guilt trip. “Look, we all did mandatory military service, we all had combat experience, and we all accepted the necessity of hitting out at our enemies [because] Israel is a country at war,” says a former Israeli special forces officer who took part in a Mossad assassination in the 1980s. “So you go, you do the job, and you hope you’ll be back in time to eat breakfast with your kids and take them to school.”