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Chapter


Title

Polish military intelligence and its secret relationship with the Abu Nidal Organization

Authors

[ 1 ] Instytut Podstaw Bezpieczeństwa, Wydział Bezpieczeństwa Narodowego, Akademia Sztuki Wojennej | [ P ] employee

Scientific discipline (Law 2.0)

[5.3] Security studies

Year of publication

2020

Chapter type

chapter in monograph

Publication language

english

Keywords
PL
  • Abū Nidāl (1937-2002)
  • Islam
  • Izrael
  • Palestyna
  • Polska
  • Służby specjalne
  • Terroryści
  • Terroryzm
  • Wywiad wojskowy polski
  • Bezpieczeństwo międzynarodowe
EN
  • Abū Nidāl (1937-2002)
  • Israel
  • Military intelligence
  • Palestine
  • Poland
  • Special services
  • Terrorism
  • International security
Abstract

EN Przemysław Gasztold It was lunchtime in a cosy, crowded restaurant located in the centre of the Jewish quarter in Paris. Guests were engrossed in conversation while eating lavish kosher delicacies: caviar, herring and chopped liver. Suddenly, three masked individuals threw a grenade inside the restaurant. The blast was so enormous it rattled the nearest buildings at the rue de Rosiers. The assailants went inside and opened indiscriminate fire on stunned clients, and soon after fled to escape to their place of hiding. The odious attack on the Jo Goldenberg restaurant on 9 August 1982 took the lives of six people while twenty-two were seriously wounded. The incident sowed fear among the inhabitants and tourists. Headlines stated outright that it was the biggest tragedy of French Jews after the Second World War. Rumours quickly attributed the deadly attack to the Abu Nidal Organization (ANO) . Prosecutors laboriously collected evidence, but the...

Pages (from - to)

85 - 106

DOI

10.5040/9780755600267.0007

URL

https://www.bloomsburycollections.com/book/terrorism-in-the-cold-war-state-support-in-eastern-europe-and-the-soviet-sphere-of-influence/ch5-polish-military-intelligence-and-its-secret-relationship-with-the-abu-nidal-organization

Book

Terrorism in the Cold War. State Support in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Sphere of Influence

Points of MNiSW / chapter

75.0