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Irgun

A Jewish terrorist organization 1931–48 active against the British Mandate.
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Zettler also had a role in the massacre at the village of Deir Yassin, just outside Jerusalem, in which over 100 unarmed Palestinians were murdered by his Stern gang and by members of the Irgun gang, led by Menachem Begin, who much later became prime minister of Israel.
Zettler also had a role in the massacre at the Arab village of Deir Yassin, just outside Occupied Jerusalem, in which more than 100 unarmed Palestinians were murdered by Zettler's Stern Gang and the Irgun Gang led by Menachem Begin, who much later became prime minister of Israel.
Yet, with her background of service for the Irgun gang, she worked with her husband and the Jews of the administration on making every single American decision in favor of Israel and against the Arabs up to this day.
But now Prachanda is premier, just as the Zionist terrorist Irgun gang leader Menachem Begin and Stern Gang member Yitzhak Shamir were premiers of Israel.
Emanual of the Irgun Gang. The Irgun is among those responsible for the massacres in villages such as Deir Yassin in April 1948 and is responsible for the 1946 bombing of Jerusalem's King David Hotel which killed 91 people.
Her parents were members of the pre-state Jewish terror group the Irgun Gang which bombed the King David hotel in Jerusalem in 1946, causing the death of nearly lOO people, the majority of them civilian.
It is the fountainhead of terrorists, from Benjamin Emanuel and the remainder of the Irgun gang, to Benjamin Netanyahu, who once proudly wrote that he was among the Israeli soldiers, or terrorists, who attacked Beirut Airport towards the end of 1968 and destroyed grounded civilian planes in a sheer act of terrorism, and Ehud Barak, who took part in killing three Palestinian leaders, one of them a poet who had nothing to do with weapons, as well as the wife of another, a helpless Italian stewardess and many other civilians.