The whole point of the report was to judge not the 'crimes' but whether there were 'possible war crimes' and 'crimes against humanity' that may have been committed by both sides, and the result was clear that both sides appeared to have committed such crimes and that both should investigate those crimes. To those who read the report or were willing to read it before condemning it (few on here have read it and you clearly did not bother, preferring to cherry pick)the report is a fair based on a thorough investigation, conducted under less than ideal circumstances. ie. Israel behaved like an Ostrich, refusing to co operate so negating their own predictable comments on the report after it was produced. As for your Arafat analogy. It really just demonstrates the paucity of your arguments, that you seek to deflect a report by a man of such integrity as Goldstone, who just happens to be an active participant in several pro Israel organizations, with such crude and frankly quite disgusting comparisons.
from the article: Goldstone tells Obama: Show me flaws in Gaza report