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Zionist Nationalist wrote:I dont care what you think about me. its the internet not everything what I can say here I can say in real life
mikema63 wrote:Don't claim to have fact based opinions if you are just going to cry "but it's the internet!" every time you try to get edgelordy.
Zionist Nationalist wrote:lol whats your point?
sure they have much greater casualties and thats good
On May 6 a Jewish boy of 16, suspected of being a member of
the Stern Group, was abducted from a street in Jerusalem by a
group of plain-clothes policemen, working under the orders of
Major R. A. Farran, D.S.O. He shouted for help ; passers-by
tried to rescue him, but desisted when the men produced their
"The boy appears to have been taken to an isolated spot
outside the city and tortured to death. No trace has been found
of the body. The incident created a deep stir. Several weeks
later it became known that Major Farran had escaped to Syria,
and that a request for his extradition had been made. He was
actually handed over, but escaped from military detention at the
Allenby Barracks in Jerusalem, apparently with the assistance
of members of the special anti-terrorist squad to which he
belonged. He subsequently surrendered to the police."
Farran was tried by a military court-martial on October i,
1947, having previously been released from his Police duties so
that he could revert to Army status. At the court-martial counsel
for the defence objected to having the defendant's diary produced
as evidence on the grounds that the diary was part of his defence ;
the objection was granted. Farran's superior officer, Colonel
B. Ferguson, refused to testify about certain statements which
Farran had made to him, on the grounds that his testimony
would be self-incriminatory. (Colonel Ferguson resigned from
service a short time later.) On October 2 Farran was acquitted.
On his arrival in Liverpool harbour he was cheered by a crowd
of several thousands. His memoirs were serialized by a popular
English Sunday paper. His brother was killed by a letter-bomb
sent by the Stern Group.
this proverbially tolerant people had become transformed into
the most anti-Semitic nation of the West became evident when a
crowd of thousands thronged to the Liverpool docks to welcome
an ex-officer of the Palestine Police, freshly acquitted of the charge
of beating to death a Jewish boy of 16.
Promise and Fulfilment - Palestine 1917-1949 - Arthur Koestler
skinster wrote:Israel refuses to allow Palestinians to have their own state because the plan all along was to settle in and colonize all of the land.
Decky wrote:The British Empire gives the Jews a country for free and even help defend them from the natives of the land and how do the Jews repay their debt? Blowing up British soldiers.
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