Sounds plausible act of a bully. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Stephen L
    • 17.01.10 | 07:50 (IST)

    TOTL Nr 2, you say the claim of the threat is a lie. Best then the Shin Bet people deny they made the threat, and we can see where that goes. Rather their statement saying they don't comment looks like a real admission of guilt. Why not comment if it is a lie? In any case now March is not far away, so we will look forward to an Israeli inquiry that while no doubt fudged would at least have to think of plausible reasons why they undertook the specific acts quoted as probable war crimes by Goldstone. Or by this article there will be a UN vote finding there to be a good case to go the International Criminal Court with charges. Won't hold my breath as sadly the US (as much as I like the current administration) will probably find a way to let Israel off the hook again. The best way would be to really embrace a genuine peace offer going forwards. Lets see.

    from the article: Diskin to Abbas: Defer UN vote on Goldstone or face 'second Gaza'
    First published 01:16 17.01.10 | Last updated 03:57 17.01.10
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