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Irgun Zvai Leumi, Irgun for short, and also known as the American League for a Free Palestine, Incorporated, is a group of Americans that support the terrorists in Palestine. Haganah, as it was first known, remains as the defense army of the Jewish Agency started in 1919, with the Irgun group breaking with Haganah in the mid 1930's. Both groups were viable in the United States. At one time, Menachen Beigin was the head of the Irgun movement in Palestine, or Israel as it is called today. In 1949, Irgun was officially dissolved and the group became known simply as the Freedom Movement.

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