I am not going to get into a back-and-forth with you on straw issues, but I do want to point out that you misrepresent both me and Giladi, then simply go on with every Zionist opinion you can find in contradiction.
First, neither in State of Terror (my book has has elicited this thread) nor in my recent Mondweiss article on the subject, do state as fact that the 1941 Farhud was a British false-flag operation. I carefully state the evidence as I found it, and leave it as still unproven, inconclusive, pending the release of British documents decades in the future.
Secondly, you continue on about Giladi as though I were he. Actually there is much to criticize in his book Ben Gurion’s Scandals, which you should know if you really read mine. See, e.g, my endnote 126, where I checked out his claim about permits, the Jewish Agency, and the Patria tragedy, found no evidence for his allegation in British source documents, and say so. His book is invaluable when he deals with his first-hand experience.
Thirdly, you even misrepresent Giladi, who for example never said (as you leave the reader to believe) that David Kimche, best known for his role in the Iran-Contra affair, was in Baghdad in 1941 — but rather that he was later in a position to “know the truth”. Was he? I doubt it. Was he in the British SS? No.
But you go on about Kimche as though I were responsible, when I have never used him as evidence anywhere in any of my writing.