Irgun


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Irgun

A Jewish terrorist organization 1931–48 active against the British Mandate.
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He added that during the search of the villages of Irgun Olaya and Wadi al-Kour, they found 10 rocket launchers of various types, 7 gaskets for the launcher and a sniper sighting and BKC were found, as well as electrical connecting circuits, detonators, 3 large homemade explosive devices, a grenade, mattresses, blankets and foodstuffs.
One such document from 1948 even describes the specific causes of the exodus from specific Arab localities, making references to the notorious Jewish Irgun and Lehi (also known as the Stern Gang) killing squads.
His father was a leader of the Irgun, which was denounced as a terrorist organization in the 1940s by the British military.
It all started when Yair Netanyahu, the son of the recently re-elected Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, posted a tweet from a Palestinian village that was ethnically cleansed of its Palestinian inhabitants by Haganah, Irgun and Lehi -- Zionist groups that are widely considered terrorist organizations -- between 1947 and 1948.
The Altalena Affair was a violent confrontation between the newly-created IDF that comprised the Palmach elite fighting force of the Haganah, the underground army of the Jewish community during the British Mandate for Palestine and the Etzel (Irgun), one of the Jewish paramilitary groups, in June 1948.
Eva Salomon's is at war with religion, the secular socialist kibbutz movement, the right-wing Stern and Irgun gangs, the British Palestine Police and her own heart.
In addition to being a professor at Hebrew University, Joseph Klausner ran for president of the new state in 1949 as a representative of the Herut Partythe descendant of the prestate Irgun and the forerunner of the modern Likud.
UNRWA was established after the war surrounding the establishment of Israel in 1948 to aid the 700,000 Palestinians who fled or were forced from their homes by Jewish terrorist groups such as the Irgun and the Hagannah.
The violence many Zionist settlers unleashed on native Palestinians is a matter of historical record; there are credible accounts of massacres of Palestinians carried out by gangs such as Irgun during the Nakba.
We say we'll never negotiate with terrorists and then we negotiate with them - to try tra- the IRA, EOKA in Cyprus, Irgun in Israel, the Mau Mau in Kenya.
At the time, it drew her to an underground Zionist group called Irgun and she also helped smuggle guns to Palestinians fighting British rule.