Shamir, herói de Israel e colaborador da Alemanha nazi: uma investigação em aberto (e conhecida)


(b. Ruzinoy, Poland, 1915) Israeli; Foreign Minister 1980 – 3, 1984 – 6, Prime Minister 1983 – 4, 1986 – 92 Yitzhak Yezernitsky became a revisionist Zionist and emigrated to Palestine in 1935. There he resumed his interrupted legal studies and joined the Irgun terrorist group in 1937. With its most militant members, he broke away in 1940 to form the extremist terrorist group LEHY (Lohamei Herut Yisrael), under the leadership of Abraham Stern. He was party to its notorious attempts at alliance with Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany, and the USSR and, after Stern’s death in 1942, he led the fascistoid Stern Gang in its campaign of indiscriminate terrorism. Shamir continued his lethal career as head of Mossad‘s assassination unit between 1956 and 1964.
(A ligação Shamir-nazismo é tão conhecida que até a banal Wikipedia regista: In secret contacts with German representatives at Beirut the group – LEHY – offered to open up a military front against the British in the Middle East in return for the expulsion (rather than extermination) of the Jewish population of Europe to Palestine.
In 1941 Shamir was imprisoned by British authorities. After Stern was killed by the British in 1942, Shamir escaped from the detention camp and became one of the three leaders of the group in 1943, reforming it as “Lehi”. In October 1944 he was exiled and interned in Africa by the Mandate authorities. He made an attempt to escape from one of the camps by hiding in a water tank.He was returned, along with the other detainees, after the Israeli Declaration of Independence in 1948.
As one of Lehi’s triumvirate, he authorized the assassination of the United Nations representative in the Middle East, Count Folke Bernadotte

Trata-se de um excerto da biografia do herói até 1964. Sem qualquer dúvida que a investigação se pode desenvolver. Isto também responde a quem insiste nas ligações do mufti de Jerusalém à Alemanha no mesmo período de Shamir. Mas, quanto a Shamir, até onde este homem estaria disposto a ir ?? (Gostaria de informações mais concretas, por exemplo, a enviar para a caixa de comentários). (NOTA: este post teve última versão às 20:05)

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