Haaretz, May 2, 2016


Jan. 4, 1948 — A Lehi car bomb in Jaffa kills 70 Arabs.

Jan. 7, 1948 — The Irgun tries to catch up to its “little brother” with a bomb at the Jaffa Gate of Jerusalem’s Old City. Only 24 Arabs killed.

Feb. 18, 1948 — A bomb in the Ramle market kills 37 Arabs.

And to top it off — April 9, 1948: The Irgun enters Deir Yassin, on the outskirts of Jerusalem, and massacres 245 villagers. Six days later, an Arab mob attacks a medical convoy on its way to Jerusalem’s Mount Scopus, slaughtering 36 people. (Anyone drawing hasty conclusions regarding the proximity of these two events is nothing more than an evil post-Zionist).

[...] There really is no comparison.