Einstein Letter about Deir Yassin Massacre


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On April 9th, 1948, a month before Israel declared independence, just over one hundred residents of Deir Yassin were massacred by members of two militant Zionist groups - Lehi and Irgun - as part of an effort to cleanse the area of its Arab population. The next day, Albert Einstein wrote the following passionate letter to Shepard Rifkin, a New York-based representative of Lehi who had recently written to Einstein in the hope of garnering some high-profile support for the group's efforts. His belief that Einstein - a man who publicly backed the creation of a Jewish homeland in the British Mandate of Palestine, but by different means - would agree to such a suggestion was clearly misplaced.