I agree with the Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman, Yigal Palmor, who said Israel "would take action to protect its soldiers and commanders from prosecution abroad". I guess I don't understand why any country that defends itself against terrorists--(which is the real issue here)--that any international commitee must look into the matter. Something happened between "all is fair in love and war" and the process of "today". Now, when a country wants to defend itself from terror, it must follow protocol before, during, and after or risk international consequences. (?) Meanwhile, as Palmor so elequently stated the world is subjected to "the propaganda of the terrorists". (And their propaganda went worldwide in a matter of days!) I trust they are being investigated, as well... Just as I trust that the US President will wish us "Shana Tova" soon.
French journalists probed on suspicion of blackmailing Moroccan king (Reuters)
from the article: Israel seeks Obama backing on Gaza probe