Goldstone said on the question of whether Israelis targeted civilians deliberately: "Certainly, some -- some of it was intentional. There was no -- there was no mistake about the bombing of civilian buildings and legislative council, the sorts of factories, food factories which are civilian that I was talking about. That wasn't an area -- the -- the -- the Israeli army have very precise munitions." He talks about hitting civilian buildings, not targeting civilian people. Translating this to simple questions with yes/no answers is one of the bigger problems in this whole thing. Same thing with Goldstone as with the Boström article on 'organ theft'. No one really cares to read the source, basing opinions on other peoples biased interpretation.
Red Cross delivers aid to Taiz, Yemen, for first time since August (Reuters)
from the article: Goldstone wins human rights award from Sweden NGOs
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