Greek Relationship between the NYTimes and Palestine: Marina Tatiana Ladas,

November 28, 2011
Cyrus Leo Sulzberger II (1912-1993) was a U.S. journalist and author, and a member of the family which owns the New York Times. During the 1950s and 1960s, he was that newspaper’s correspondent in France… The son of Leo Sulzberger, he was a nephew of Arthur Hays Sulzberger, publisher of The Times from 1935 to 1961. He was also a first cousin of Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Sr.. He married Marina Tatiana Ladas, a Greek woman whose brother, Alexis Ladas, was a UN official in Palestine in the 1940s and 1950s. (Arab Source)…Alexis Ladas (1920-2000) … as a member of the Greek resistance movement he was captured by the Italians and spent two years in gaol[1] … political officer at UN mission in Jerusalem in mid-1950s … succeeded John Gaillard as UNCCP Liaison officer in Jerusalem in January 1954, … in 1955, he married Theamaria Ackermann Husayni, the widow of Musa Husayni, whom the Jordanians had executed for complicity in the murder of King Abdullah … Ladas was the brother of Marina Sulzberger, the Greek wife of C. L. Sulzberger  (Arab Source) … Musa Husayni aka Dr. Musa Abdullah el-Husseini … in his late 30s in 1941 … cousin of the Mufti of Jerusalem .. studied medicine in London …. also studied in Berlin – he moved to Germany at the outbreak of WW2[1] … after WW2 he was detained in Belgium and exiled to the Seychelles … after his release, he taught at Beirut university and soon after moved to Amman … failed to be elected to Jordanian parliament in 1949 and opened a travel agency in East Jerusalem, working with an Israeli travel agency to organize pilgrims’ tours of both sides of the city … hung for conspiracy in murder of King Abdullah in 1951 … his widow, Theamaria Ackermann Husseini, married Alexis Ladas in 1955 …Events involving Musa Abdullah el-Husseini: King Abdullah of Jordan assassinated (21 Jul 1951) (Arab Source)