Zionist terrorists plant bombs on British streets.
Harrys Place puts fingers in ears and goes 'la la la la la la la' until it all goes away.
• MI5 officers believed Zionist "extremists" were raising funds in Britain to pay for the nascent Israeli state and carrying out bomb attacks in Britain, according to newly declassifed documents released to the National Archives.
A device left outside the Colonial Office, in Whitehall, failed to explode in 1947, and letter bombs were sent to prominent British politicians opposed to the creation of a Jewish homeland in the Middle East.
A report labelled "top secret" recorded that: "Investigation of activities of Jewish extremists in the UK during the year 1947 has led to the conclusion that there are two groups of suspects involved ... One of these groups has been involved with the collection and concealment of explosives in the course of a conspiracy involving sabotage in London and possibly attacks on public persons."
One of the main suspects was Cyril Ross, an East End furrier, alleged to have been the head of an Israeli intelligence network in London.
Suspicions about the divided loyalities of British Jews led to what was effectively a ban on their employment in MI5 for the next 30 years, according to Professor Christopher Andrew, author of The Defence of the Realm, an authorised history of M15.