The Terror that begot Israel

As the evil state of Israel is celebrating sixty years of ethnic cleansing and atrocities against the native Palestinians, many people around the world, especially young generations, will not be fully aware of the manner in which Israel came into existence. Similarly, the younger Zionist generations who don’t stop calling their Palestinian victims “terrorists” should have a clearer idea about Israel’s manifestly criminal past which Zionist school textbooks shamelessly glamorize and glorify.

Prior to “Jewish” statehood, three main Jewish terror organizations operated in Palestine, primarily against Palestinian civilians and British mandate targets. The three were: The Haganah, the Zvei Leumi
or Irgun and the Stern Gang. The Haganah (Defence) had a field army of up to 160,000 well-trained and well-armed men and a unit called the Palmach, with more than 6,000 terrorists. The Irgun included as many as 5,000 terrorists, while the Stern Gang included 200-300 dangerous terrorists.

The following are merely some examples of Zionist terrorism prior to the creation of the Zionist state in 1948: The list doesn’t include the bigger massacres such as Dir Yasin, Dawaymeh, Tantura and others.

Full article: www.insight-info.com

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2 Comments

  1. thepureislam said,

    July 1, 2008 at 9:45 pm

    hello.
    are you wikipedia editor?
    what do you think about editing in wikipedia by Iranians?!
    I hope you have got my point…

  2. abunakhli said,

    July 2, 2008 at 3:18 am

    that’s a little bit off topic but to answer your question I do not think it would be a problem for Iranians to edit wikipedia. I do edit it sometimes – but I’m American not Iranian so no, I have not gotten your point.


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