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    • Stan
    • 20.09.09 | 00:33 (IDT)

    I am wading through the report. So far (1/3): 1. It is writen in a tone that is virulently anti 1 side (Israel) which makes this a mockery of the concept of justice. 2. It nonsensically defends all actions by Hamas (ignores shields, mosques, hospitals, zoos etc). Did u know booby-trapped houses are not dangerous to civilians? 3. If it would have addressed Hamas to the depth it addressed Israel, then maybe the world would be a better place for it, after all. If Richard Goldstone wanted to defend Israel against this outrage - he would have resigned before it's release (for the basic reasons stated above) and exposed this report for the travesty that it is, including it's sponsors. Instead he chose to endorse it?? Maybe he or his daughter could explain why?? as since the fall of Nazi Germany and the creation of the state of Israel Jews can look after themselves and not rely on this kind of behaviour from people like Godlstone.

    from the article: Disgrace in The Hague
    First published 02:21 17.09.09 | Last updated 19:15 17.09.09
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