American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southeast Nevada, a residential suburb of Las Vegas. Population: 198,000.
“Eldad died in 1996 and was one of the three commanders of the Zionist underground organization known as the LEHI (the Fighters for the Freedom of Israel) and shared the leadership of the LEHI after the assassination of Avraham "Yair" Stern by the British army in 1942.”
“If Israel had been forced to disband the IDF under Shamir, do you have any doubt that LEHI would have been reformed unofficially?”
“Certainly LEHI did not and was later banned by the State of Israel after they continued such terrorist activities after the state was established.”
“We are in possession of a series of documents that have been provided to us by one of the victims of this scheme entitled "LEHI CITY CORPORATION EXPENSES WITH COMPARISON TO BUDGET FOR THE 10 MONTHS ENDING APRIL 30, 2009 - ELECTRIC FUND”
“Indeed, the Stern gang (LEHI) was disbanded almost immediately after that assassination due to disapproval by the state of Israel and by the Israeli public as well.”
“By early 1948 the Haganah, LEHI, and Irgun devised a plan to conquer the main cities of Palestine.”
“Morris wrote (p. 130) that some of the flight was due to the "atrocity factor," namely, that Arabs heard about mass killings of Arab civilians by Jewish forces, like the massacre of 250 civilians by the Irgun and LEHI in April 1948 in the Arab village of Deir Yassin near Jerusalem.”
“Almost immediately after Resolution 181 was passed, the Zionist "dissident" military organizations (the LEHI and Irgun) began raids on Arab villages.”
“Jonesville, Utahville, Ft. Utah, LEHI -- 3 m.ne. of Mesa”
“LEHI, Jonesville, Utahville, Ft. Utah -- ward 3 m.ne. of Mesa”
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