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Goldstone Gaza

No Safe Haven for Suspected War Criminals

Daniel Machover | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Daniel Machover

Personal attacks on Justice Richard Goldstone and his colleagues are a distraction from a proper analysis of their report's contents and from the clear need to build upon and act on its recommendations.

Richard Goldstone: Why I Investigated Israel's Conduct in Gaza

RealClearWorld | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

Five weeks after the release of the Report of the Fact Finding Mission on Gaza, there has been no attempt by any of its critics to come to grips with ...

On Israel, Congress Tolerates Abuse

Fred Abrahams | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Fred Abrahams

When Washington turns a blind eye on violations by Israel, it gives abusive governments and their supporters a way to deflect criticisms of their unlawful conduct.

Standing Against the 'Wrong is Right' Goldstone Resolution

Rep. Dennis Kucinich | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Rep. Dennis Kucinich

If this Congress votes today to condemn a report it has not read, concerning events it has totally ignored, about violations of law of which it is unaware, it will have brought shame to this great institution.

Goldstone Report is Not to Be Ignored

Jamil Dakwar | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Jamil Dakwar

Both U.S. standing in the world as well as global efforts to protect and enforce human rights will be greatly undermined if documented war crimes committed by Israel and Palestinian armed groups continue to be ignored.

Ad Hominem Attack on Israel

Alan Dershowitz | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Alan Dershowitz

The basic flaw of the Goldstone report is that, without evidence, the biased commissioners concluded that the Israeli military action in Gaza was motivated by desire to punish Palestinian civilians.

Goldstone Gaza Report Accurately Sees Evidence Of "Persecution" Of Palestinians: Commentary

mondoweiss.net | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

When I visited Gaza last May-June, the destruction was so overwhelming and the sense of arbitrary punishment so high that I found myself using the wor...