Mordechai Ben-Zur

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Lieutenant-Colonel Mordechai Ben-Zur was (mid-1950) the deputy to Binyamin Givli who sent him, in Spring 1954, to unveil the plan for the terrorist bombing campaign in Egypt that later was called the Lavon Affair to Avri Elad[1]. When the plan went awry, Ben-Zur instructed Dalia Carmel to forge documents that would implicate Pinchas Lavon in the plot.

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