Early Israeli Terrorism

Early Israeli Terrorism

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On 22 July 1946, a massive explosion ripped through the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, headquarters of the British administration in Palestine. It killed 91 people in the latest and most shocking attack to be mounted by a deadly group of Jewish terrorists as they fought to drive the British out of Palestine and establish a homeland of their own - Israel. Although the King David Hotel was one of the worst Israeli terrorist attacks, it was still just one of many. Ironically, several leading Israeli terrorists would eventually emerge as internationally respected leaders of their countries. After a number of outrages, the British left Israel delicately balanced between its Arab neighbours. The terror groups were gradually transformed into the Israeli Army and Mossad, the highly respected Jewish security service, both of which are highly active to this day.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2014], c2009
Characteristics: 1 streaming video file (25 min.)) :,sd., col


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