"politically, if you want some say at the conclusion of the war, you need to be on the victors` side... The Haganah had to suppress the "revolt", sometimes surrendering Irgunists to the British. (That was the Saison, during WW2.) The Sneh, Golomb threat was not initiated by these two but came from the highest authority in Yishuv." From this point of view you are absolutely right. And it's a good thing the order for the Hunting Season came from the highest levels of the Yishuv. But it's important for our less informed readers here to understand that the unstatesmanlike Begin did not retract his support for Britain's war effort, despite initiating attacks on selected British installations in Palestine.
Man shot dead in northern Israel town of Bi'ina, police say the murder was gang related (Haaretz)
from the article: Book links Begin to 1952 plot to kill then-German Chancellor Adenauer