Goldstone contends that the purpose of the attack on the mill was to deprive the Gazans of food. 1/. Israel allowed fire trucks in to put out the fire. If Israel's intentions were collective punishment why would they do this Mr Goldstone? 2/. Israel was responsible for food supplies to the Gaza population. The mill represented a minor proportion of this food. The destruction of the mill would only require further supplies to be made available through the crossings. Should Israel have withheld that food it might be a different story, but they didn't. Goldstone is wrong again. Goldstone shows his bias in leaping to conclusions about Israel's intentions. 3/. The unexploded mystery bomb should have identifiable markings which would link it to the combat mission. It would be interesting to know the IDF's version of the combat history of this bomb.
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from the article: Report: UN evidence counters Israel's account of Gaza war