Why are you telling us this? Were you not around in 1948? But then, I was not paying attention in 1948. In 1967, I was working in Manhattan, still not paying attention, except to be told that a great victory had been accomplished. I did not hear about the Deir Yassin Massacre until about 1979.
So, what's happening in Hebron is a mild continuation. We support the enterprise @ $10 million a day, not counting the ancilliary wars to destabilize seven nations in Africa and the Middle East.
But the agenda in the Middle East is only a blip compared to Central and South America, Ukraine, Africa, Europe, Asia and Eurasia, 177 countries, 800 military bases.
The Electorate is in an Orwellian thrall, in the belief that our fate cannot be actively changed.
"...The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars,
But in ourselves, that we are underlings.--"
Let's pay attention to the Yellow Vests in France, where the Regime has lately resorted to grapeshot, perhaps made in America.
I may be the only person who took the Congresswoman's reference to "Benjamins", as to the image on the 100 dollar bill. She's talking about money, as in "Citizens United". There was a discussion during the 2016 campaign about a Trump ad against Clinton, where a six-pointed star meant to symbolize law enforcement was taken as a defamatory reference to Jews. At the time, I looked up law enforcement supplies to find that the six-pointed star appeared to be the most available police badge, in addition to seven, or eight pointed stars, shields, or, for the Texas Rangers, a circular disc with a five-pointed star inside.
As said above, the late Israel Shahak wrote the book, "Jewish History, Jewish Religion, the Weight of 3000 Years" - the "weight" being what is manifest today in the Zionism on display in Israel.
There is an updated account of Talmudic influence on Israeli laws and practices in an essay by Lynda Brayer, at the Saker website:
As far As I have learned, the Talmud, in two different versions, Babylonian and Palestinian, with voluminous commentary, is a massive tome, that has not been read by practically everyone. Hardly, then, a common reference for discussion.