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Friday, June 16, 2006

'Human Rights Watch' is anti-Israel

Having apparently given up on being able to prove that an Israeli shell caused last week's accidental deaths on a Gaza beach, Human Rights Watch is now trying to suggest that an Israeli shell remains unaccounted, and therefore Israel should be held responsible.

But Human Rights Watch has a built-in bias against Israel. Citing Mother Jones.com, The American Thinker reports today on the background of Human Rights Watch's battle damage assessor:
Marc Garlasco is the senior military analyst at Human Rights Watch (HRW), and is HRW’s resident expert on battle damage assessment, military operations, and interrogations. Marc also leads HRW’s work on Abu Ghurayb, civilian military contractors, and non-lethal weapons.

Marc is the co-author of two HRW reports: “Razing Rafah: Mass Home demolitions in the Gaza Strip,” and “Off Target: The Conduct of the War and Civilian Casualties in Iraq.” He led a team of researchers in July 2004 on a one-month mission to Gaza, Israel, and Egypt to investigate home demolitions in Rafah. Before that he led a five-week mission in 2003 throughout Iraq to assess the conduct of the war in Iraq.

He also appeared to be a key person responsible for disclosing the previously classified and secret practice of renditions of terrorists suspects

Lately he has been peddling the Haditha massacre myth... which has been seriously questioned. He has said, ” “What happened at Haditha appears to be outright murder. The Haditha massacre will go down as “Iraq’s My Lai” in his view.

Read the whole thing.


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