Posted July 10, 2005
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In the early 1950s, agents of an Israeli terrorist cell operating
in Egypt planted bombs in several buildings, including U.S. diplomatic facilities.
They left behind "evidence" implicating the Arabs as the culprits.
The ruse would have worked, had not one of the bombs detonated prematurely,
allowing the Egyptians to capture and identify one of the bombers. This
led to a round-up of the entire ring.
Why would our Jewish friends do something like this to their
The story begins when the United States began pressuring the
British to withdraw from the Suez Canal and leave Egypt, something the U.K.
eventually agreed to do. Israel was strongly opposed to British withdrawal,
as it feared this would remove a check on Egyptian President Gamal Abdul
Nasser in his defense of Arab interests against the Zionist menace. But
diplomatic methods failed to sway the British.
And so, in the summer of 1954 Colonel Benyamin Gibli,
the chief of Israel's army intelligence, intiatedOperation
Susannah in order to reverse that decision. The plan called for
bombing British and American facilities in Egypt, with the intent that they
would be attributed to the Egyptian government, to show what a "threat"
it posed. Operatives had been recruited several years before, when the Israeli
intelligence officer Avram Dar, alias John
Darling, arrived in Cairo under a British cover. The recruits came
from the local Jewish population and were trained in the techniques of covert
On July 2 they struck. A post office in Alexandria was firebombed,
and on July 14 the U.S. Information Agency libraries in Alexandria and Cairo,
as well as a British-owned theater, were also bombed.
The bombs themselves were homemade, consisting of bags containing
acid placed over nitroglycerine. They were inserted into books and placed
on the shelves of the libraries just before closing time. Several hours
later, as the acid ate through the bags, the bombs exploded.
When one bomb ignited prematurely in his pocket, Egyptian
authorities arrested suspect Robert Dassa. In searching his apartment, they
found incriminating evidence and the names of his accomplices in the operation.
Several suspects were arrested, including Egyptian Jews and undercover Israelis,
who admitted their roles in the plot, which had been authorized at the highest
levels of the Zionist entity.
Israeli authorities reacted to the incident with vociferous
denials and charges of "anti-Semitism." But the fact that the
Jewish state was behind the bombings could not be concealed, and in 1960
Israel's Defense Minister Pinhas Lavon was brought down
by the scandal, along with the entire Israeli government.
FOOTNOTE: This is not the only time the Jewish entity has
attacked the United States and tried to blame the Arabs for their own treachery.
During the 1967 Mideast war, the Israelis attempted
to sink a U.S. intelligence-gathering ship, the USS Liberty,
in a vicious, unprovoked, premeditated attack, which left
34 American servicemen dead and another 171 badly wounded
and maimed for life. The Israelis intended to blame the Egyptians for the
attack, thus tricking the U.S. into war against that Arab country. Miraculously,
the unprotected vessel survived the assault, and the true story of this
treacherous attack by America's special pet in the Middle East eventually
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