J-team debating style; Jack Bernstein; Naemi Giladi on Mossad terror against Iraqi Jews

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……Jewish “debating” methods:

A menu:

1. Deny Everything,

2. Admit Nothing.

3. Demand Limitless Proof, and when valid Proof is offered, claim to be unconvinced and Demand More Proof.

4. Answer a Question with a Question

5. Use a Red Herring and Change the Subject.

6. Tell Lies.

7. When the argument is lost, attack the credibility of the messenger.

8. Utilize a strawman argument

9. Become ‘enraged’ and use ridicule, mockery and name-calling in an attempt to lure the “truther” into drama and useless arguments designed to hijack the theme of the debate and lead him away from useful reasoning into dead ends.

10. When he begins to identify causes and to solve problems, and when all else fails, accuse him of being insane or mentally defective, off medication etc.

11. Above all, avoid any discussion of the issues.

12. After all of these techniques fail, start all over again with the same arguments in an attempt to tire and exasperate the “truther” enough that he gives up the fight and allows evil to prevail.

13. Any statement left unchallenged is established as truth, so always have the last say after the “truther” leaves in exasperation and weariness so that your lies remain standing and your falsehoods victorious.


…..Jack Bernstein lays it out


…….Israel: killing Little Jews for the Big Jews 

Source: http://zaprasza.net/a.php?article_id=31867

How Jews Killed Jews In Order To Create The State Of Israel

Now, when a professor of Jewish history at Brandeis University, Anthony Polonsky published a monumental three volume work entitled “Jews in Poland and Russia,” and in Israel opinions are divided about the wisdom of proposed nuclear bombing of Iran one should also remember the book of Naeim Giladi and his description how Jews killed Jews in order to create the state of Israel. Naeim Giladi is the author of the book: “Ben-Gurion’s Scandals: How The Haganah and Mossad Eliminated Jews,” (Dandelion Books, LLC, Tempe Arizona, 2nd expanded edition 2003).
***Wiki on Giladi

Naeim Giladi (Hebrew: נעים גלעדי‎‎) (Arabic: نعيم جلعدي‎‎) (born 1929, Iraq, as Naeim Khalaschi(Hebrew: נעים חלסצ’י‎‎), died 2010) was an anti-ZionistIraqi Jew, and author of an autobiographical article and historical analysis titled “The Jews of Iraq”.[2] The article later formed the basis for his originally self-published book Ben-Gurion’s Scandals: How the Haganah and the Mossad Eliminated Jews.


Early life in Iraq[edit]

Giladi was born in 1929 to an Iraqi Jewish family and later lived in Israel and the United States.[3] Giladi describes his family as, “a large and important” family named “Haroon” who had settled in Iraq after the Babylonian exile. According to Giladi, his family had owned 50,000 acres (200 km²) devoted to rice, dates and Arab horses. They were later involved in gold purchase and purification, and were therefore given the name, ‘Khalaschi’, meaning ‘Makers of Pure’ by the Turks who occupied Iraq at the time.[2]

He states that he joined the underground Zionist movement at age 14, without his parents’ knowledge and was involved in underground activities. He was arrested and jailed by the Iraqi government in 1947, when he was 17 years old.[2] During his two years in Abu Ghraib prison, he expected to be sentenced to death for smuggling Iraqi Jews out of the country to Iran, where they were then taken to Israel. He managed to escape from prison and travel to Israel, arriving in May 1950.

Experiences in Israel[edit]

Giladi reports that upon entering Israel in 1950, he was “asked where I wanted to go and what I wanted to do,” and that he volunteered to go to Dafna, a farming kibbutz in the Galilee. He relates that he lasted only a few weeks because, “the new immigrants were given the worst of everything…the food was the same, but that was the only thing everyone had in common. For the immigrants, bad cigarettes, even bad toothpaste. Everything. I left.”[2]

After leaving Dafna, Giladi went to the Jewish Agency to seek reassignment. He says he was told to go to al-Mejdil, an Arab town about nine miles from Gaza, and now a part of Ashkelon, that was to be transformed into a farming community. When the officials at the Labor Office there discovered that he was fluent in Arabic, he relates that they encouraged him to seek employment with the Military Governor’s office. He says he was assigned the task of procuring the signatures of the Palestinian inhabitants of al-Mejdil on a set of government forms that stated that they were willingly giving up their lands to go to Gaza, at the time under Egyptian occupation. He relates how he realised in short time that those Palestinians signing such documents were doing so under duress. He argues that they were denied the right to access their agricultural lands and penned up in a small area and so some signed simply to end their agony. He wrote, “Those Palestinians who didn’t sign up for transfers were taken by force — just put in trucks and dumped in Gaza.”[2] He left the job disgusted and attempted to procure government work elsewhere.

Giladi states he subsequently had difficulty finding employment because of discrimination against Arab Jews. He recalls that when he arrived in Israel, in May 1950, his Iraqi passport had his name as written in Arabic and transliterated using the Latin alphabet. Giladi states that because, “the English couldn’t capture the “kh” sound…it was rendered simply as Klaski.” At the border, Israeli immigration officials applied what he calls the “English” version of his name, which had an Eastern European, Ashkenazi sound to it. Giladi writes that “in one way, this ‘mistake’ was my key to discovering very soon just how the Israeli caste system worked.[2] After leaving al-Mejdil, he reports that he wrote letters trying to get a government job elsewhere and got many interviews, but when it was discovered that his face didn’t match his Polish/Ashkenazi name, he was rebuffed, advised time and again that “we’ll give you a call.” Eventually, he changed his name to “Giladi”, which he writes was “close to the code name, Gilad, that he had in the Zionist underground.”[2]

While living in Israel, his views of Zionism changed. He writes that, he “was disillusioned personally, disillusioned at the institutionalized racism, disillusioned at what I was beginning to learn about Zionism’s cruelties. The principal interest Israel had in Jews from Islamic countries was as a supply of cheap labor, especially for the farm work that was beneath the urbanized Eastern European Jews.Ben-Gurion needed the “Oriental” Jews to farm the thousands of acres of land left by Palestinians who were driven out by Israeli forces in 1948″.[2]

Giladi relates that he became politicized after an experience at the Socialist/Zionist party headquarters. He had received a letter asking for help with their Arabic newspaper, and when he showed up at the headquarters and tried to show them the letter, he was dismissively told to report to the “Department for Jews from Islamic Countries” by many people who had not even looked at his letter to see why he had been invited. He says that he “was disgusted and angry. Either I am a member of the party or I’m not. Do I have a different ideology or different politics because I am an Arab Jew? It’s segregation, I thought, just like a Negroes’ Department. I turned around and walked out. That was the start of my open protests. That same year I organized a demonstration in Ashkelon against Ben-Gurion’s racist policies and 10,000 people turned out.”[2]

*** JdN: Ashkenazis versus Sephardim & Arab Jews

Giladi experienced the same thing as the wife of Jack Bernstein — dark-skinned Jews were viewed as animals by the light-skinned European Jews, who had German and Slavic blood. Tzipi Livni is a perfect example of an Ashkenazi (Central or Eastern European) Jewess.

Screenshot of blonde Israeli girl in a bikini mocking and crucifying Jesus, depicted as a whining gorilla named Toffee, in an infamous episode of an Israeli comedy show. 



It is so amazingly Jewish to have the chutzpah to denounce Adolf Hitler for wanting to preserve and promote nordic-aryan genes, yet do the same themselves!




After serving in the Israeli Army between 1967–1970, Giladi was active in the Israeli Black Panthers movement.

Life in the United States[edit]

In the 1980s, he left Israel for New York City, renouncing his Israeli citizenship.[4] In the U.S., he wrote about an autobiographical account and historical analysis of Zionist misdeeds in Iraq, Palestine, and later Israel in an article titled “The Jews of Iraq”[2] The article later formed the basis for his originally self-published book Ben-Gurion’s Scandal: How the Haganah and the Mossad Eliminated Jews.




He died on March 6, 2010, in a rehabilitation center in New York City after battling a lengthy illness, and was buried in the Jewish tradition by the Hebrew Free Burial Association.[1]



Giladi has strong views on Zionism and its negative effects and his article begins with the following passage:

“I write this article for the same reason I wrote my book: to tell the American people, and especially American Jews, that Jews from Islamic lands did not emigrate willingly to Israel; that, to force them to leave, Jews killed Jews; and that, to buy time to confiscate ever more Arab lands, Jews on numerous occasions rejected genuine peace initiatives from their Arab neighbors. I write about what the first prime minister of Israel called ‘cruel Zionism’. I write about it because I was part of it.”

Giladi’s position that the 1950–1951 Baghdad bombings were “perpetrated by Zionist agents in order to cause fear amongst the Jews, and so promote their exodus to Israel” is shared by a number of anti-Zionist authors, including the Israeli Black Panthers (1975), David Hirst (1977), Wilbur Crane Eveland (1980), Uri Avnery (1988), Ella Shohat (1986), Abbas Shiblak (1986), Marion Wolfsohn (1980), and Rafael Shapiro (1984).[5] In his article, Giladi notes that this was also the conclusion of Wilbur Crane Eveland, a former senior officer in the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) who outlined that allegation in his book “Ropes of Sand”.[2]

Left: Zionist agent in Iraq Naeim Giladi, circa 1947; right: Iraqi Jews arrive in Israel in 1951

Alternatively, historian Moshe Gat argues that there was little direct connection between the bombings and the exodus of Jewish refugees. Gat questions the guilt of the alleged Jewish bombthrowers who were found guilty in an Iraqi court of having perpetrated one of the bombings. He cites a rumour that a Christian Iraqi army officer “known for his anti-Jewish views”, was initially arrested for the crime, but was evidently not charged despite the large number of explosive materials matching those used in an earlier synagogue bombing that were allegedly found in his home. He further cites a long history of anti-Jewish bomb-throwing incidents in Iraq.[5]

Contemporary Israeli officials and mainly Mordechai Ben Porat and Shlomo Hillel, prominent figures at the Iraqi Zionist underground, vehemently deny the charges. An internal investigation conducted in Israel in 1960 found no proof of an order to execute such an attack. More possible responsible parties have been suggested, such as the Iraqi CID and the Muslim Brotherhood.

There is however, little in the way of completely definitive evidence either way. Jewish studies scholar, Philip Mendes suggests that, “It therefore remains an open question as to who was responsible for the bombings,” claiming that “memories and interpretations of the events have further been influenced and distorted by the unfortunate discrimination which many Iraqi Jews experienced on their arrival in Israel (Black Panthers 1975:132–133; Shohat 1988; Swirski 1989; Massad 1996).” He does say, however, that Gat argues “convincingly” that there was “little direct connection between the bombings and exodus.”.[5]

Historian Dr. Yosef Meir, a noted Iraqi Zionist underground operative, argues in a rebuttal article that while there is a direct connection, the culprits are the Iraqi government or Arab nationalists. He points to the fact that the bombings in question occurred after the Citizenship relinquishment act of 1950 had already expired and therefore no Jews could register for exit. He also notes that the two zionist operatives hanged were never charged with the masouda shem-tov bombing, but rather three unrelated bombings which occurred later. On the other hand, he lists the motives of the government and the pressure it exerted on “Near-East” (the company performing the airlifts). Yosef Meir’s criticism points to circumstantial evidence that the Zionist movement had no motive while the Iraqi government and Arab nationalists did, and accuses Giladi of withholding this information on purpose, calling it “an obvious attempt to mislead readers.”[6]

Giladi also mentions Mordechai Ben Porat, a former Israeli Member of the Knesset, and a Cabinet minister, who was a key figure in the Zionist underground, as having been cited as one the figures responsible for the bombings by one of the Iraqi investigators into the bombings, in a book titled Venom of the Zionist Viper. Ben-Porat was one of several Israeli undercover Mossadagents arrested in Baghdad after the explosion; he was able to skip bail and flee to Israel.[7] Mordechai Ben-Porat has vigorously denied this allegation, which he characterizes as akin to “blood libel”, and which prompted him to write his 1998 book, “To Baghdad and Back”.[8] In it, Mordechai contends that the false charge against him was conceived at Iraq police headquarters.[8] The affair has also been the subject of an anti-libel lawsuit by Ben Porat against a journalist who published Giladi’s accusations. The lawsuit has been settled out of court with the journalist publishing an apology.[9]

For his 2006 book Occupied Minds, British journalist Arthur Neslen interviewed Yehuda Tajar, a Mossad agent who spent ten years of a 25-year prison sentence in Iraq, after being convicted for the explosions. Tajar insists that, although his undercover cell was prepared to carry out such acts, they did not in fact do so. The actual explosions, he claims, were the work of the Muslim Brotherhood. After several members of the cell were arrested, however, those still at liberty carried out other grenade attacks, in an attempt to show the innocence of those arrested.[10]

Giladi’s article is regularly cited by anti-Zionists, including Jewish anti-Zionists, who claim that Zionism has a negative effect for Jews.[11]

Giladi also maintains a controversial stance regarding the Farhud, alleging that the British bear the bulk of responsibility as they instigated the event to blacken the image of the Rashid Ali government.[2]

Cover Banner: “This book banned in Israel and United States”[edit]

In 2003, Dandelion Books published a second edition of Gilad’s book. The book is marked with a banner that reads, “Banned in Israel and the United States”. The press release accompanying the book reads, “Banned in Israel and the United States…Dandelion Books, rapidly becoming known for its ‘uncensored books and unfettered fiction’ has just released a revised edition of this highly controversial book.[12] The details of a direct ban enacted by either the American or Israeli governments are not supplied by the author or publisher.[citation needed]

In the foreword of the book, Giladi writes that he did not submit a manuscript in Israel for fear of retribution.

“Before,” he wrote, “one can publish a book in Israel, permission had to be granted by the censors…. When I was contemplating writing and publishing this book, two of my colleagues and well known Israeli journalists (Maxim Gilan and Samuel Mour) were arrested and put in jail for exposing the involvement of the Israeli secret police … in the kidnapping in Paris of Mehdi Ben Barka …, charged with crimes against national security and … locked up for six months. Moreover, the Israeli media were gagged and not even allowed to mention that the two journalists had been arrested. If the authorities had wished, the two men would have been kept in jail for the rest of their lives.”[13][14]

Also in the foreword, Giladi writes that upon emigrating to the United States in 1980, he found several publishers interested in publishing his work. He says he declined to publish because all interested publishers wanted to reserve the right of editorial control over the finished manuscript and he did not want to agree to this. Twelve years after his arrival in the US, he self-published at a cost of $60,000, which he reports was almost all of the proceeds of the sale of his Israeli property.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Jump up to:a b “Anti-Zionist writer Naeim Giladi dies”. Queens Chronicle. March 11, 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-13.
  2. ^ Jump up to:a b c d e f g h i j k l Giladi, Naeim (April–May 1998). “The Jews of Iraq” (PDF). The Link. 31 (2): 1–13. Retrieved 2006-10-31.
  3. Jump up^ “Naeim Giladi”. Palestine:Information With Provenance (PIWP) Database. Retrieved 2006-10-28.
  4. Jump up^ Ella Shohat (May 2001). “Rupture And Return: A Mizrahi Perspective On The Zionist Discourse”. The MIT Electronic Journal of Middle Eastern Studies.
  5. ^ Jump up to:a b c Philip Mendes (March 2002). “The Forgotten Refugees: The Causes of the post-1948 Jewish Exodus from Arab Countries”. Presented at the 14th Jewish Studies Conference in Melbourne. Reprinted on palestineremembered.com.
  6. Jump up^ Meir, Yosef (October 2007). “על פצצות, עלייה ושקרים”. Nehardea (נהרדעא) (in Hebrew). Or Yehuda, Israel: Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center. 29: 16. LCCN 84649794. Retrieved 2008-07-08.
  7. Jump up^ The Iraqi Jews and Their Coming to Israel, from The Black Panther 9.11.1972, cited in Uri Davis and Norton Mezvinsky, Documents From Israel 1967–1973: Readings for a critique of Zionism, Ithaca Press 1975, ISBN 0-903729-09-1, p. 131
  8. ^ Jump up to:a b Shapiro, Sraya (December 11, 1998). “Bye-bye, Baghdad” (Abstract). The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 2006-10-31.
  9. Jump up^ The Jewish Exodus from Iraq, 1948–1951 by Moshe Gat, p. 187
  10. Jump up^ Arthur Neslen, Occupied Minds: A Journey through the Israeli Psyche, Pluto Press 2006, ISBN 0-7453-2365-0, pp. 58–66.
  11. Jump up^
  12. Jump up^ “Naeim Giladi’s Banned Book—Ben-Gurion’s Scandals: How the Haganah and the Mossad Eliminated Jews” (Press release). PR Web. May 7, 2003. Retrieved 2006-10-31.
  13. Jump up^ Giladi, Naeim (April 2003) [1995]. “Foreword”. Ben-Gurion’s scandals: how the Haganah and the Mossad eliminated Jews (2nd ed.). Tempe, Arizona: Dandelion Books. xii. ISBN 1-893302-40-7. LCCN 2003100608.
  14. Jump up^ Giladi, Naeim (1992) [1992]. “Foreword, p. 6–8”. Ben-Gurion’s Scandals: How the Haganah and the Mossad eliminated Jews (1st ed.). Flushing, NY: Glilit Publishing Co., Inc. p. 255. ISBN 1-893302-40-7. LCCN 1992074418.


Giladi wrote this book first in Hebrew and then in Arabic upon arrival to the US where he confirmed as an eye witness the facts concerning the Zionist bombings in Iraq, the rejection by Israel of Arab peace overtures and the deadly violence inflicted by Jews on Jews in the cause of creating Israel, then Stalin’s intent for Israel to be a “bone of contention” in the Middle East in the Cold War. Some observers mention the possibility that Stalin also hoped to create Israel as a Marxist state, part of the Soviet postwar empire.


Stalin’s decision tpo use the Zionists in establishing the state of Israel after the Second World War, was motivated primarily by his intent to oppose the United States in the oil-rich Middle East. The temporary Soviet support for the Zionists materialized in the form of allowing 711,000 Jews to exit from countries behind the Iron Curtain, in 1945-1947 supposedly in order to emigrate to Palestine.

The Zionists advertised this migration under the code-name “Briha” – Escape of Jews from Europe. In reality the vast majority of Jews preferred to go to the United States or stay in France. Of the 711,000 Jewish refugees, panicked by some fifteen pogroms staged by the NKVD in 1945-1947, with some  Zionist assistance, only 232,000 actually went to Palestine.

Only the Pogrom of Kielce [Poland] of the 4th of July, 1946, was described in the world press, naturally in the Soviet version. Fifteen other pogroms in the satellite states, four of them in Budapest alone, were never reported in the world media or were reported in such a way that they did not survive in public memory. The Zionists organized the groups of Jewish refugees who left Poland mainly through the cities of Szczecin and Klodzko.
The Soviet terror apparatus in Kielce conducted show-trials of nine Poles, who under tortures signed confessions and were immediately executed. Later their families provided evidence, that none of the executed men, was present in Kielce on the 4th of July, 1946. The Bishop of Kielce, Czeslaw Kaczmarek was tortured for forty hours and lost nineteen teeth before Jewish security officers were able to extract from him an incriminating statement. They acted under the supervision of colonel Jozef Rózanski Goldberg, director of the ministry of national security (MBP), who wrote threatening note to Bishop Kaczmarek: “I have smashed the faces of the lawyers, and I warn you, Bishop Kaczmarek, not to ever seek legal help.”
Dr. Roman Dzwonkowski, SAC described these events in Nasz Dziennik of May 20-21, 2006, Nr. 117m (2527) “War on the Catholic Church in the Polish People’s Republic (PRL 1945-1989).” These events happened during the reign of terror of Jozef Berman [photo], Moscow’s representative in Warsaw, in Soviet-controlled Poland.
According to Stefan Korbonski, (former head of the military and the civil underground resistance in Poland), during ten years after World War II, in his Poles and Jews in World War II, Polish people lived under Jewish terror controlled by Stalinist Russia.
Stefan Korbonski published a number of books on wartime Poland, such as “The Polish Underground State” (ISBN o-88254-517-5). Stefan Korbonski received the Righteous Gentile Award from Yad Vashem in Israel.
The Soviet terror apparatus organized the departure for Palestine of Jewish war-veterans and provided them with weapons manufactured in Czechoslovakia. In March 1947, the Soviet Union, represented by Andrei Gromyko, was the first member state of the United Nations to demand the partition of Palestine and creation there of the State of Israel as a new member of the UN. The UN authorized the Partition of Palestine in November 1947 and on May 14, 1948 the State of Israel was founded.
The Israeli armed forces were officially established on May 28, 1948. They were composed of the Haganah (the defense) and the Irgun Zwei Leumi (National Military Organization.) The armed forces of the new Israeli state included 60,000 soldiers and officers, many of them veterans of the Second World War. They occupied more land than they could settle with Jews present in Palestine, the population of which was a million Arabs. The Israeli conquests provoked an Arab rally in defense of their homeland, which was confiscated by the Jewish invaders from Europe, mostly Turkmen Khazar converts to Judaism who did not even have Semitic DNA.
Naeim Giladi, author of the book Ben-Gurion’s Scandals: How The Haganah and Mossad Eliminated Jews, was 12 years old when on June 1, 1941 during the riots provoked by the British colonial forces, several hundred Iraqi Jews were killed. In 1921, a British puppet, Amir Faisal, became king of Iraq. He appointed many Jews to important government positions, including that of economics minister. At that time “Zionism has sown dissension between Jews and Arabs” as a result of the British support for the “Balfour Declaration.”
In exchange for helping to bring the United States into the First World War, the British proclaimed Palestine as a “Jewish Homeland.” This was done in a letter of November 2, 1917 written by the foreign secretary, Arthur Balfour [photo], to the chief Zionist in Gr. Britain, Walter Rothschild (see John Cornelius: “The Hidden History of the Balfour Declaration.”)
A new bitterness which did not previously exist developed between Jews and Arabs. British support for the Zionists and the British “tutelage” of Iraq wére deeply resented by the Iraqi Arabs, among whom there grew an anti-Zionist backlash. The British occupied Basra in Iraq on April 12, 1941. They alleged that the local Jews pledged allegiance to them and provoked riots that served as a pretext for intervention and looting by the British army, which occupied Bagdad also, on May 30, 1941. A false rumor was spread that Jews from Palestine were fighting alongside the British against the Iraqis near the town of Fellujah. By June 2, looting spread to the Jewish quarter in Baghdad, damaging 1300 stores and 1000 homes.
The British Indian Gurkha units killed some 500 Jews in the streets of Bagdad as a part of the British pacification and occupation of Iraq. Then the Zionists underground was set up in Iraq.
The Zionist conquests in Palestine and massacres of Arabs, such as in the village of Deir Yassin strengthened the anti-British movement in Iraq. In January 1948 riots broke out in Iraq against British domination. When Israel declared its independence, the Iraqis closed the oil pipeline connected to the refinery in Haifa. As a Zionist, Naeim Giladi was imprisoned in Abu-Ghraib prison, used by the CIA for torturing Iraki prisoners fifty years later as described in One Woman’s Army by: The Commanding General of the Abu-Gharib Prison … – Powell’s Books Oct 12, 2005 – The “One Woman’s Army” by Janis Karpinski: An outspoken memoir by Brigade General Janis Karpinski, who received a Bronze Star for service in the Gulf War.”
The author Naeim Giladi escaped from Abu-Ghraib in September 1949.
Six month later on March 19, 1950, a bomb exploded in the American Cultural Center and Library frequented by Jews in Baghdad. On April 8, 1950 a bomb was thrown at the Jews into El-Dar El-Bida Café, where Jews were celebrating the Passover, and four of them were injured. Leaflets were distributed calling on Jews to leave Iraq immediately. Very many Jews who had no property jammed emigration offices to renounce their citizenship and to apply for permission to leave for Israel.
The Jewish owned Beit-Lawi Automobile Company building was damaged by a grenade on May 10, 1950 without any casualties. On June 3, 1950 a grenade exploded harmlessly in the Jewish area El-Batawin, and Zionists sent telegrams to Israel asking for an increase of immigration quotas for Iraqi Jews. On June 5, another Jewish building was damaged without killing anyone by a bomb explosion on El Rasjid street. On January 14, 1951 a high-voltage cable damaged by a grenade killed three Jews outside Masouda Shem-Tov Synagogue. By ten the exodus reached 600-700 Jews per day.
Contrary to the Zionist propaganda, Giladi writes: ”The terrible truth is that the grenades that killed and maimed Iraqi Jews and damaged their property were thrown by Zionist Jews.” The leaflets published by the Zionist underground in Iraq on March 16, 1950 and on April 8, 1950, called on Jews to leave Iraq immediately.
Wilbur Crane Eveland, CIA agent, stated in 1988 that:

“In an attempt to portray the Iraqis as anti-American and to terrorize the Jews, the Zionists planted bombs in the U.S. Information Service library and in the synagogues. Soon leaflets began to appear, urging Jews to flee to Israel.. The Iraqi police later provided our embassy with evidence to show that the synagogue and library bombings, as well as the anti-Jewish and anti-American leaflet campaigns, had been the work of an underground Zionist organization, butmost of the world believed reports that Arab terrorism had motivated the flight of the Iraqi Jews whom the Zionists had “rescued” — really just in order to increase Israel’s Jewish population.” (Wilbur Crane Eveland, “Ropes of Sand: America’s Failure in the Middle East. N.Y. Norton, 1980, pp 48-49).

Giladi writes that Israeli prime minister David Ben-Gurion (1886-1973) needed “Oriental” (Arab) Jews to farm the thousands of acres of land left by the Palestinians, who were driven out by Israeli forces in 1948. Israel Shamir describes the hatred of farm work and farm workers by the European Jews (Jewish History, Jewish Religion). Out of over one million hectares owned by Jews in czarist Russia less than 10% was worked by Jews themselves.
Giladi also describes how Israel was using bacteriological methods and deliberately infected many Palestinians with typhus and dysentery. He quotes the Israeli daily Hadashot of August 13, 1993 in which Sara Laybobis-Dar reported interviews with Israelis who had knowledge of the use of bacteriological weapons in the 1948 war. Mileshtin said that bacteria was used to poison the wells of every village to be emptied of its Arab inhabitants. And Moshe Dayan [photo], a division commander at the time, “gave orders in 1948 to remove Arabs from villages, bulldoze their homes, and render wells unusable with typhus and dysentery bacteria.” 
The Arab town of Acre was well defended and was situated on a creek named Capri. The Haganah put typhus bacteria upstream into water flowing to Acre, the defenders got sick, and Jewish forces were able to occupy that locality. Haganah sent Jews dressed as Arabs into Gaza, then occupied by Egyptian soldiers, who caught them putting two cans of bacteria, typhus and dysentery into the drinking water supply.
Giladi started his political activity because of contemptuous treatment by eastern European, mostly Polish Jews of Jews from Islamic countries who were treated like “Negroes.” Among Jews who came from Poland there were many descendants of mixed marriages and their features differed from Semitic Jews in the Arab countries.
Giladi organized demonstrations in Ashkelon, against Ben Gurion’s racist policies and 10,000 people participated. They protested being treated as “second class” citizens in Israel. The cease-fire with Egypt in 1970 brought enough tranquility to enable the “second class” Israelis to demand equal treatment. They were called “Israel’s Black Panters” and proudly displayed posters of personalities such as Martin Luther King, Malcom X, and Nelson Mandela.
Similar attitudes were common in Germany before WWI when the German Jews discriminated against the “Ostjuden” [Eastern Jews] who tried to migrate to Germany from the East. According to professor Israel Shahak, at the end of the “golden decade” of Jewish colonization and exploitation of Poland’s Ukrainian provinces in 1648, the Khmelnytsky rebellion broke out and possibly as many as 50,000 Jews were slaughtered by Khmelnytzky’s Cossaks. At that time the Jewish leadership became convinced that Jews would be evicted from Poland sooner or later, as they were evicted earlier from England, France, German states, and most recently from Spain.
***Wiki on the Khmelnytsky Uprising [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khmelnytsky_Uprising] by Ukrainians and Cossaks against Poles and the Jews whom they used as tax farmers 


Massacre of 3000–5000 Polish captives after the battle of Batih in 1652

Before the Khmelnytsky uprising, magnates had sold and leased certain privileges to arendators, many of whom were Jewish, who earned money from the collections they made for the magnates by receiving a percentage of an estate’s revenue. By not supervising their estates directly, the magnates left it to the leaseholders and collectors to become objects of hatred to the oppressed and long-suffering peasants. Khmelnytsky told the people that the Poles had sold them as slaves “into the hands of the accursed Jews.” With this as their battle cry, Cossacks and the peasantry massacred numerous Jewish and Polish-Lithuanian townsfolk, as well as szlachta [Polish upper class] during the years 1648–1649. The contemporary 17th-century Eyewitness Chronicle (Yeven Mezulah) by Nathan ben Moses Hannover states:

Wherever they found the szlachta, royal officials or Jews, they [Cossacks] killed them all, sparing neither women nor children. They pillaged the estates of the Jews and nobles, burned churches and killed their priests, leaving nothing whole. It was a rare individual in those days who had not soaked his hands in blood …[20]


first edition of Yeven Mezulah (1653): “I write of the Evil Decrees of Chmiel, may his name be obliterated… in (5)’408 to ‘411 Anno Mundi.”

Most Jewish communities in the rebellious Hetmanate were devastated by the uprising and ensuing massacres[…..],

The flight of Jewish money out of Poland to Berlin helped to finance, in 1701, the creation of the Kingdom of Prussia, which later became the initiator of the partitions of Poland starting in 1762. When the international crime of the partitions of Poland were taking place, the Germans evicted from western Poland masses of poor Jews called “Betteljuden” [ = “Jewish beggars”]. Germans allowed only well-to-do Jews to remain in the Kingdom of Prussia.
The expressions “The Betteljuden” as well as “The Ostjuden” were used as contemptuous terms by German Jews, and they were similar in intent to the term “Jews from Islamic countries” as it is used today in Israel.
When the Isareli authorities condoned the massacres of Palestinians in Lebanon at Sabra and Shatilla, Naeim Giladi moved to the United States, revoked his Israeli citizenship, and became an American citizen. In order to publish his book translated into English, Giladi spent $60,000 out of pocket, or rather out of proceeds from the sale of his house in Israel. He mentions that on Sept 12, 1990, the New York State Supreme Court issued a restraining order, at the request of the Israeli government, to prevent the publication of Victor Ostrovsky’s book, “By Way of Deception: The Making and Unmaking of a Mossad Officer.” (The New York State Appeals Court lifted the ban the next day.)
Giladi now considers the Zionst program to be criminal from the beginning, because Zionist leaders knew, that in order to establish a Jewish state, they had to expel the indigenous Palestinians and import hundreds of thousands ofJews (first 232,00 from Soviet satellite states and then 547,000 from the Arab states). Vladimir Jabotinsky (Włodzimierz Żabotyński) [photo] frankly admitted that such a transfer of population could only be brought by force and terror.

In order to drive Jews out of their homes in countries such as Poland, Slovakia, and Hungary, pogroms were staged by the NKVD in Kielce in the Soviet-occupied eastern Europe. The best-known of these is the pogrom of Kielce on the 4th of July, 1946. There also occurred two pogroms in Bratislava, Slovakia and four pogroms in Budapest, Hungary in 1945-1947, etc.
But the pogrom in Poland received most publicity, because it could “kill two birds with one stone,” so to speak: persuade the Polish Jews to leave for Israel, and convince the western powers that only a strong Soviet hand could keep “anti-Semitic” Poland from “doing harm to Jews.”
Subsequently the Zionists organized, with Soviet permission, the exit of some 711,000 Jews from countries behind the “Iron Curtain.” The Zionists also organized the terror in the Arab states and caused the flight of Jews from Baghdad, Damascus, and other Arab cities in 1950-1951, and later.
In the early 1950s an Iraqi investigator published in Arabic a book on the 1950-51 bombings in Bagdad. The book was titled “Venom of the Zionist Viper,” in which the anti-hero is Israeli emissary Mordechai Ben-Porat. Burt the Mossad, working through the US Embassy in Bagdad, bought up all the books about the “Zionist Viper” and destroyed them.
Giladi writes about Zionist collaboration with the Nazis and states that Britain was able to force the Arab governments to operate under pro-British leaders. And if these leaders were overthrown, then the British, as seen in Iraq, would foment an anti-Jewish riot or two in order to use the riots as useful pretexts to invade the Arab capital and reinstate the “right” leaders.
In 1949, Israel sent the spy Mordechai Ben-Porat to Iraq to offer the government of el-Said in Baghdad, large financial incentives to enact a law that would take away the citizenship from the Iraqi Jews so that they would be forced to migrate to Israel.
Uri Avnery, writing in the magazine Haolam Hazel, accused Ben-Porat of the Baghdad bombings. Ben-Porat is still called to this day Morad Abu al-Knabel or “Mordechai of the Bombs.”

Giladi once asked Ben Gurion: “Why, since Israel is a democracy with a parliament, does it not have a constitution?” Ben Gurion answered: “Look boy if we have a constitution, we have to write in it the border of our country. And this is not our border, my dear.” Asked: “Then where is the border?,” Ben-Gurion answered: “Wherever the Sahal (Isareli army) will come, this is the border.”

Thus, according to Naeim Giladi “Jews killed Jews to create the state of Israel. ” He is the author of the book mentioned before: “Ben-Gurion’s Scandals: How The Haganah and Mossad Eliminated Jews.” Giladi’s book provides ample proof for that statement. Thus, in the process of creating, enlarging and consolidating the state of Israel, more than million two hundred thousand Jews were cruelly and brutally driven by terror from their homes in Europe and in the Middle East. This was planned and done in order to create a Jewish state in Palestine at the expense of the Palestinian Arabs.
21 maj 2012

Iwo Cyprian Pogonowsk

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