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    • Grif
    • 14.06.06 | 23:46 (IDT)

    You claim an attack on Brits in '44 was not against the war effort because Begin didn't choose military targets?! Have you lost your mind? Do you really believe that British resources would not have been diverted to protect those targets and react to the violence? That, my friend, is the one basis of partisan warfare. Divert resources that are needed for the front. The USSR and the USA have nothing to do with the argument. Read something beside your Zionist handbook and you'll learn that the main thrust of Zionism during the war years was not rescue in any sense of the word, but to bring in the cadre and other few who would help build Israel. Yes, there were a few exceptions, as I have already noted - Bergson among them, a folower of Jabotinsky. The exceptions do not make the rule.

    from the article: Book links Begin to 1952 plot to kill then-German Chancellor Adenauer
    First published 00:00 13.06.06 | Last updated 00:00 13.06.06
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