On April 9, the London BBC, relying on Ra’anan’s communique to the press, reported 200 Arabs killed at Deir-Yassin.150 The following day, ETZEL’s radio station quoted 254 killed, according to Ra’anan’s report to ETZEL headquarters in Tel Aviv. (...) IDF researchers wrote in the draft for the “State Book” in the 1950s that 240 Arabs were killed at Deir-Yassin.”153 For more than ten years, Yitzhak Levi, who had access to classified documentation on the subject, investigated the events of the War of Independence in Jerusalem. “During the action and after it,” he writes, “about 254 people were killed.”154 This figure has been published hundreds of times in Hebrew, Arabic and other languages. (,,,) The number of dead appears to have been 110. (,,,) The question remains whether those people were killed during the battle or after it.