You make reference to Moshe Sneh in your post No. 84. Wasn't Moshe Sneh the leader of the Israeli Communist party? It would be quite understandable that Moshe Sneh would not have liked Menachem Begin. In 1940, Menachem Begin was arrested by the Communists in Lita (Lituania,) he was convicted by a Soviet Union court of being a parasite, and Begin was sent to Siberia for several years where he was forced to perform slave labor. What an ironical fate that the Russians inadvertently saved the life of Menachem Begin from almost certain death at the hands of the Nazi regime.
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