this day in the yesteryear: Massacre in Qibya (1953)

Massacre in Qibya (1953)

In 1953, in response to escalating border clashes with Palestinians, Israeli forces raided the Jordanian West Bank village of Qibya, which was believed to be harboring militants. Codenamed “Operation Shoshana,” the attacks led to the deaths of more than 60 Palestinians and the demolition of numerous houses, as well as a school and a mosque. The United Nations condemned Israel’s actions. What future prime minister of Israel was the commander of the special forces unit that carried out the attack? More… Discuss

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