http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Irgun_attacks There's a long list on here including bombs in cafes, on buses, in marketplaces, in cinemas etc. There's also an interesting discussion page where assorted pro-Irgun fans try to dispute the list, but apparently without much success. Judge for yourself. I imagine that the Arabs caught up in these attacks, and friends and families must have got the impression that the Jews wanted them to leave. Unless, of course, the bombs had 'Don't flee! Please stay!' written on them, perhaps with lots of love hearts.
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from the article: Israeli textbook under review for giving Palestinian version of 'nakba'