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    • EZ
    • 15.09.09 | 18:58 (IDT)

    If the UN had wanted to be fair, it would have started a war crimes investigation 7 years ago when rockets started falling in Sderot. If it was a war crime in Jan 09 it was a war crime in Dec 08, Dec 07, etc.. The UN is the body that probably has the most leverage with the Palestinians. It funds UNRWA and sustains any semblance of a Pal "entity". Yet they were silent for 7 yrs in the face of continued war crimes committed by the elected gov of the Palestinians and silent in the face of the indoctrination of hate in Pal schools. The silence is deafening. This is not to excuse actions of IDF soldiers if they are found to be criminal. IDF should investigate those and punish those responsible, if they are found to have violated the law. But for the UN to support the Pals, as it does, and turn a blind eye to their war crimes, is in itself a crime. Goldstone, what do you have to say about the years of silence and inaction by the UN?

    from the article: UN probe: Israel, Palestinians both guilty of Gaza war crimes
    First published 17:29 15.09.09 | Last updated 22:23 15.09.09
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