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By early 1949 it comprised eleven departments, a structure that was to be maintained, with minor changes, for more than a decade: Shin Mem 1 - combat intelligence, attached to front-line units to collect and interpret intelligence on the Arab armies, supply topographical data and analyse aerial photographs. Shin Mem 2 - radio intelligence, monitoring enemy signals traffic. Shin Mem 3 - field security. Shin Mem 4 - military censorship. Shin Mem 5 - research centre, serving both military intelligence and the other intelligence-gathering bodies.
He is] dirty . . 10 As the war progressed, Shahar men spent more time in the remaining Arab areas of Palestine, often accompanying the fleeing refugees and bringing back useful reports on enemy morale and military strength. In summer 1948 the Shahar lost two men in Egyptianoccupied Gaza. David Mizrahi, a native of Jerusalem, had been a Mist’Arev since 1943. Ezra Horin, of Kibbutz Afikim, had joined up in 1945. He had repeatedly asked his comrades in the platoon to torture him so he would be ready if he fell into enemy hands.
Then, in June or July, the bullet-riddled body of a wealthy Arab, Ali Qassem, of Sidna Ali, a village on the coast north of Tel Aviv, was found in a wadi near Mount Carmel. Qassem, a well-known land dealer, had been an informer for the IDF. The subsequent lackadaisical IDF investigation led to Be’eri, who admitted ordering the execution on the grounds that Qassem had been ‘turned’ and was spying for the other side. The Israeli justice minister, Pinhas Rosen, demanded that Be’eri be tried for murder.