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    • Jay
    • 20.10.09 | 05:41 (IST)

    Finally an Israeli with common sense. Kol HaKavod to Avi Primor for speaking out. Judge Goldstone's report riases issues that cannot be swept under the rug. The lack of cooperation by Israel and its representative in Geneva, fully documented in teh appendix to teh report is baffling. What were messrs Netanyahu, Barak etc. thinking? If Israel is to be a light unto the nations then its needs to take seriously some of the issues raised by Judge Goldstone, a man who was not afraid to confront the apartheid regime at graet personal risk.

    from the article: Cabinet likely to discuss probing Goldstone Gaza Report findings
    First published 14:58 19.10.09 | Last updated 23:44 19.10.09
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