dz: "The BBC interviewed him specifically on the Gaza operation and he testified before the UN on the subject." You make it sound as if the UNHRC asked him to come and testify before them. Err, no. He was hired by the pro-Israel organization "UN Watch" to be their talking head, and that little speech of his was the official submission **of** that organization **to** the UNHRC. DZ: "If you consider the quality of his evidence not sufficient," He presented EVIDENCE to back up his opinions?!?!?!? When, exactly? Certainly not when he spoke at the UNHRC, because that "testimony" contained not a shred of evidence. It was, from start to finish, simply an uncritical regurgitation of the statements of the IDF spokesmodel.
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