As long as fighters are willing to remain there, the besieged city will not fall. But life there will become hell.13:03 12.02.16 | 0 comments
"The Israeli court never asked the question whether testimonies on the Tantura case were falsified or not. It only asked one question: did Katz have the right to retract from a letter - he claimed he wrote under duress and pressure -in which he confessed to falsify evidence. Katz asked the court the right to retract, eight hours after he wrote the letter. The regional court refused, the supreme court ruled that he is entitled to do so but also the other side is entitled to publish the original letter. That is all, nothing about whether a massacre did take place or not, or about falsifying evidence. I approved the thesis after conducting my own research. Until today despite my public call on the army to sue me for libel, nobody ever dared to take me to court on this issue. I based my work on 60 hours of testimonies, IDF Archive and UN documents."