"We have to establish who stood behind this extremist group, who financed its members, and how knives, axes and other weapons were brought aboard," Netanyahu said. "We also need to ask what large sums of money found aboard the boats were doing there, and for whom they were intended." - Netanyahu OK, Sir, all this would be good to find out (except that the "private" Israeli security group claimed this week that all the knives, axes, etc were already part of the ship's kitchen equipment etc). But how can a strictly Israeli commission of inquiry find this out? There must be an international committee that will do the inquiry. They will have to interrogate the Israeli soldiers (another Netanyahu prohibition), the Turkish passengers, and their superiors in BOTH nations. If you don't like an international commission, better make nice to Turkey (after apologizing for the dead), and settle the matter with THEM!
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