You're the one spreading hate and propaganda. If anyone fits the description of a nazi it's you. However, I'm not at all surprised that you choose to duck the question. You do it every time the facts become to hard for you to explain away.
The village of Deir Yassin was located west of Jerusalem, but its strategic importance was debatable and its inhabitants were not participants in the war. On 9 April, around 120 men from the Irgun and the Lehi attacked the village in the context of the Operation Nachshon. The poorly armed inhabitants showed unexpected resistance to the attack by fighting back. The assailants suffered four dead. Jacques de Reynier, head of the International Red Cross delegation in Palestine, visited Deir Yassin on April 11, 1948 and observed "a total of more than 200 dead, men, women, and children."After the fighting, some villagers were executed after being exhibited in the streets of Jerusalem. A group of prisoners were executed in a nearby quarry and others at Sheikh Bader.
Shock and Awe wasn't terrorism, Izzy? What about rounding up villagers and machine gunning them? How about spreading napalm all over them and their villages? Benign stuff that napalm.
. They were rebels fighting the occupying Brits who were holding down the zionists.
JTT wrote:That's H20manish, Advocate.
That is about the worst accusation one can make.
You are wrong, and very one-sided in your opposition to everything Israel.
I tell the truth about Israel, and you cannot, and will not, accept this.
As delusional a statement as I've ever seen, Advocate. You sound positively Oralloy-like.