Do You Remember When Israel And Egyptian Jews Attacked The United States In 1954? Operation Susannah

Israeli Mossad = Israel Secret Intelligence Service (ISIS) Attacks USA In 1954

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Israel admits that in 1954, an Israeli terrorist cell operating in Egypt planted bombs in several buildings, including U.S. diplomatic facilities, then left behind “evidence” implicating the Arabs as the culprits (one of the bombs detonated prematurely, allowing the Egyptians to identify the bombers, and several of the Israelis later confessed) (and see this and this).

In July 1954, Israeli Military Intelligence ordered an espionage network of Egyptian Jews it had formed three years earlier to launch “Operation Susannah” — a campaign to fire bomb the main Alexandria post office, the United States Information Agency offices in Cairo and Alexandria, the Cairo train station, and several movie theaters in Cairo and Alexandria.
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The saboteurs (today we would call them terrorists, especially if they were Arabs or Muslims acting against Israel or the United States) were quickly apprehended and brought to trial in December 1954. The verdicts and sentences delivered in January 1955 spanned the range of options. Sami (Shmu`el) Azar and Musa (Moshe) Marzuq were sentenced to death along with the Israeli handlers of the network — John Darling (Avraham Dar) and Paul Frank (Avraham Seidenwerg) — who were not apprehended and tried in absentia. Me’ir Meyuhas and Me’ir Za`fran received seven years in prison. Victor Levy and Philip Natanson were sentenced to fifteen years in prison. Marcelle Ninio and Robert Dassa were condemned to life in prison. Caesar Cohen and Eli Na`im were acquitted. Max Binnet, an Israeli spy apprehended with the network but not directly involved in its operations, committed suicide in jail.[1] Here, I do not propose to revisit the perennial question in Israeli politics, “Who gave the order?” — the focal point of a still unresolved political scandal labeled the “Lavon affair” or, in the sanitized discourse of national security, “the mishap” [ha-`esek ha-bish].[2] Instead, I will use the apology for the operation offered in the name of four members of the network — Marcelle Ninio, Victor Levy, Robert Dassa, and Philip Natanson — to open a discussion of the identities and loyalties of Egyptian Jews. more – Videos Below

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