the hrc resolution which established the commission already stated the legal conclusion that the gaza operation "resulted in massive violations of human rights of the palestinian people," thus violating the most basic principle that legal conclusions must be based on evidence gathered. members of the commission had signed an amnesty international petition calling the gaza operation a violation of human rights, before they were appointed, thus violating the principle of judicial impartiality. the mission took testimony for only four days, and accepted testimony without cross-examination. the hamas party was heard exclusively and its testimony was unchallenged. any legal conclusion from such testimony is highly flawed. the commission also accepted the refusal of hamas operatives to testify without any objection. the commission substituted reports by palestinian ngo's to that of hamas commanders.
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