Now, when 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 of 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).
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 intended Israel to be a “bone of contention” in the Middle East during 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 to 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 on the 4th of July, 1946 was described in the world press, naturally 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 torture signed confessions and were immediately executed. Later, their families provided evidence that none of the executed men were 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 a threatening note to Bishop Kaczmarek: “I have smashed the faces of 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, 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, ten years after World War II, Polish people lived under Jewish terror controlled by Stalinist Russia. Korbonski published a number of books on wartime Poland, such as “The Polish Underground State” (ISBN o-88254-517-5), and he 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 with the population of 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 have Semitic DNA.
Naeim Giladi, author of the book, “Ben-Gurion’s Scandals: How The Haganah and Mossad Eliminated Jews,” was 12 years old on June 1, 1941 during the riots provoked by the British colonial forces, when 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 economic 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, to the chief Zionist in Gr. Britain, Walter Rothschild (see John Cornelius’ “The Hidden History of the Balfour Declaration”).
The new bitterness, which did not previously exist, developed between Jews and Arabs. British support for the Zionists and the British “tutelage” of Iraq was deeply resented by the Iraqi Arabs, among whom 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 Baghdad on May 30, 1941. 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 1,300 stores and 1,000 homes. The British Indian Gurkha units killed some 500 Jews in the streets of Baghdad as 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 the 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-Gharib, which was later used for torturing Iraqi prisoners by the CIA fifty years later as described in “One Woman’s Army: The Commanding General of Abu Ghraib Tells Her Story” by Janis Karpinski, who received a Bronze Star for service in the Gulf War. The author Naeim Giladi escaped from Abu-Gharib 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 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 causalities. On June 3, 1950, a grenade exploded harmlessly in the Jewish area of 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, most 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 describes how Israel was using bacteriological methods and deliberately infected many Palestinians with typhus and dysentery. He quotes Israeli daily, Hadashot of August 13, 1993, in which Sara Laybobis-Dar reported interviews with Isarelis 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 emptied of its Arab inhabitants and Moshe Dayan, a division commander at the time “gave orders in 1948 to remove Arabs from villages, bulldoze their homes, and render water 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 Panthers” and proudly displayed posters of personalities such as Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and Nelson Mandela.
Similar attitudes were common in Germany before WWI when the German Jews discriminated against the “Ost Juden” 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 Khmelnytzky rebellion broke out and possibly as many as 50,000 Jews were slaughtered by Khmelnytzky’s Cossacks. At that time the Jewish leadership became convinced that Jews will be evicted from Poland sooner or later, as they were evicted earlier from England, France, German states, and most recently from Spain.
The flight of Jewish money out of Poland to Berlin helped to finance in 1701 the creation of the Kingdom of Prussia, the initiator of the partitions of Poland in 1762. When the international crime of the partitions of Poland was taking place, the Germans evicted from western Poland masses of poor Jews called “Bettel Juden.” Germans allowed only well-to-do Jews to remain in the Kingdom of Prussia.
The expressions “The Bettel Juden” as well as “The Ost Juden” 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 Israeli 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 Jews (first 232,000 from Soviet satellite states and then 547,000 from the Arab states). Vladimir Jabotinsky (Włodzimierz Żabotyński) frankly admitted that such a transfer of population could only be brought by force and terror.
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 and four pogroms in Budapest 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 of the 1950-51 bombings in Baghdad. The book was titled “Venom of the Zionist Viper,” in which the anti-hero is Israeli emissary Mordechai Ben-Porat. Mossad, working through the US Embassy in Baghdad, 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, as in Iraq, these leaders were overthrown, then the British 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 Morad Abu al-Knabel or “Mordechai of the Bombs.”
Giladi 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.” Giladi asked: “Then where is the border?,” Ben-Gurion answered: “Wherever the Sahal (Israeli 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.