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    • Roo
    • 02.02.10 | 17:53 (IST)

    The unexploded bomb supports Goldstone's findings. The account you say he just "heard" was accurate, it now seems. "The flour mill was hit by a series of air strikes on 9 January 2009, after several false warnings had been issued on previous days." p21 Not just based on an "account" he heard" as you trivialise in your post. "Al-Bader Flour Mills Co. (see chap. XIII) received two recorded messages indicating the mill was to be destroyed, but neither of these was acted upon. Five days later the mill was struck in the early hours of the morning with no warning whatsoever. The owners of the business and their staff suffered anxiety by having to evacuate the premises on two occasions as a result of receiving such messages when no strikes took place." p125 Furthermore: "It [the Mission] met and interviewed the Hamada brothers, joint owners of the el-Bader flour mill, on FOUR occasions. It spoke with representatives of the business community about the context and consequences of the strike on the flour mill. Mr. Hamada also testified at the public hearings in Gaza. The Mission also addressed questions to the Government of Israel with regard to the military advantage pursued in attacking the el-Bader flour mill, but received no reply." p199 Read the report Yariv before you condemn it. Or else you might be the one having trouble looking in the mirror.

    from the article: Report: UN evidence counters Israel's account of Gaza war
    First published 10:17 02.02.10 | Last updated 10:54 02.02.10
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