The Goldstone Report: A Study in Duplicity

[CAMERA] A study by CAMERA staff lists numerous examples of factual errors and double standards in the Goldstone report. Evidence damning Israel is normally deemed credible, whereas evidence exonerating Israel or damning Palestinians is dismissed. Information by NGOs is given weight when it suggests Israeli culpability, but is ignored or minimized when it suggests Palestinian guilt. The report concludes: "It is not reasonably possible to determine whether [Israeli] photographs show what is alleged." On the other hand, no doubt is cast on photographs provided by Palestinians.

2009-10-13 06:00:00

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