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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Goldstone II panel finds responses to Goldstone I 'insufficient'

Unsurprisingly, the panel created by the UN 'Human Rights Council' to monitor investigations in response to the Goldstone Report has decided that Israel's investigations were not sufficiently 'impartial' and that they had only focused on low-level officials. I doubt that anything short of executing a few army commanders would have satisfied the 'international community's bloodlust for Jews.

The panel also criticized Hamas for making 'no serious attempt' to tackle the report. What did they expect?

Here's a statement from the commission chair:
"The investigations remain incomplete in some cases or fall significantly short of meeting international standards in others," said the chair of the UN committee of independent experts, Christian Tomuschat, in a statement.
This is all just a pretext to haul Israel before the International Criminal Court.

In the old days, the civilized nations of the World would have shut down the scoundrels at the 'Human Rights Council' a long time ago. But those days are gone.


At 12:18 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

I'm surprised they criticized Hamas. But they loved the PA!

Goes to show just how even-handed the UN is in its treatment of Israel.

The new Goldstone II panel is hardly an improvement over the original and in some respects its even worse.

It should be added Israel did not cooperate with this travesty of an investigative follow-up.


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