This report of bombings is just a small sample of the terrorism perpetrated by Jews.
Among the terrorists were future politicians of the State of Israel. Future Prime Minister Menachem Begin is shown in the wanted poster below.*
This report from the Jewish Telegraph Agency emphasizes, in the parts not shown below, that some Jewish leaders and organizations condemned the terrorism. That might impress a reader who lacks a broader perspective on the matter, but when those terrorists go on to have successful political careers in the Jewish State, the pretense that they represent only a tiny fringe wears thin.
Palestine Quiet following Blasting of Police Station by TerroristsBy Victor M. Bienstock[31 March 1944]
Jerusalem (JTA) — Palestine was quiet this week — on the eve of March 31, the date when the White Paper ban on immigration goes into effect — after a week-end marked by explosions in police stations in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, and Jaffa, and gun battles between police and Jewish terrorists.
The most spectacular of the series of blasts set off by the terrorists occurred in the heart of Jerusalem. The city’s shopping district looks like London during the height of the Blitz. Within a radius of 200 yards from the Russian Compound, a section in the center of the city, hardly a plate glass window was left intact. Shop signs had been blasted away, several stores were completely gutted, and the streets were covered with a blanket of shattered glass.
The raid on the police headquarters in Jerusalem was the most daring operation undertaken by the terrorists, whom the authorities identified as members of the “Stern Gang,” which is fighting for the abrogation of the White Paper and for free Jewish immigration to Palestine. The terrorists, wearing police uniforms, gained access to the building through a ladder. They killed a senior police officer who was on duty and who attempted to resist them, and they placed the bombs which subsequently exploded, wrecking the building and rattling the windows in the centre of the city for a mile around.
In Haifa, the bombs exploded in the local police headquarters about the same hour when the explosions took place in Jerusalem. In Jaffa four sacks of gelegnite were found stacked up against the wall of the local police headquarters, which were immediately evacuated. Later, however, a series of explosions wrecked three floors in the southern end of the building. A police patrol challenged three suspects who opened fire, wounding one constable. Two of the suspects are believed to have been wounded.
In Tel Aviv, the bombing of the police station was preceded by a series of attacks against British police officers, which resulted in the fatal shooting of one. Two others were critically wounded. The attacks took place in different sections of Tel Aviv within the same half-hour. [Jewish Telegraph Agency, 31 March 1944]
* According to Walter Sanning, The Dissolution of Eastern European Jewry, Menachem Begin was one of many Jews that the Soviet Union had evacuated from eastern Poland ahead of the German advance in 1941. Begin was then trained by the USSR in guerrilla techniques, with the idea that he would go back to Poland to fight the Germans — but as a Zionist Jew, he had his own agenda: he made his way to Palestine to fight the British instead.