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    • kibishi
    • 26.10.09 | 23:00 (IST)

    RICHARD GOLDSTONE: In some cases, yes. I, you know, we gave Israel full credit for some of the leaflets that were dropped in the Rafah area, where they were specific. [...] And that saved a lot of innocent lives. But many hundreds of thousands of other leaflets were really unhelpful- BILL MOYERS: Why? RICHARD GOLDSTONE: -dropped in many parts of Gaza, saying, warning, "We are going to be bombing. Get out of your homes." Didn't say when. Didn't say where. And also, it didn't, where could people go? It's such an overcrowded civilian area, one and a half million, in a tiny area, and with closed borders. There was little action families could take to react to that BILL MOYERS: [..] the Israelis had actually called, 100,000 calls to telephones in Gaza and said, in effect, "Get out," right? [...]. RICHARD GOLDSTONE: Well, first, move to where? And secondly, in consequence of the overwhelming majority of those warnings, there was no attack. So it was, it caused confusion and terror [...]

    from the article: Investigating the IDF would be the real war crime
    First published 01:00 26.10.09 | Last updated 09:45 26.10.09
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