it doesn't matter WHO wrote the report or how "bias" they might be... the instances they cite either occurred or they didn't(and let's face it, MOST have been reported from a variety of sources, including idf soldiers). by just dismissing the whole report as "biased" and trying to discredit its authors, without addressing the incidents it cites with evidence to the contrary, israel is just attempting to sidestep the truth with its typical facade of generalizations about defense, security, fighting terror, and anti-semitism. it doesn't matter WHO the authors are, israel's response will be same to any that address the realities of its ground offensive into gaza. funny thing is...that even before the idf entered gaza, anyone who was paying attention knew that something was up; and that it wasn't quite kosher.
Law expanding definition of terrorist activity passes first Knesset reading (Haaretz)
from the article: Netanyahu calls UN Gaza probe a 'kangaroo court' against Israel