"The 47-member forum voted to set up the inquiry last month to look into what it called violations of international law in Israel's raid on a Gaza bound aid flotilla, during which nine Turkish pro-Palestinian activists were killed." Interesting. The inquiry is not going to look into whether or not there was a violation of international law. The fact that this commission believes there were definitely such violations is the departure point. Kind of like telling an accused that his trial will look into his guilt rather than determine whether or not he committed a crime. And then the UN wonders why it has less than zero credibility.
UN chief condemns Palestinian toddler killing, urges calm (Reuters)
from the article: UN rights body names team to probe Gaza flotilla raid