Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Gaza: It's the Fault of the Jews - And Palestinian Militants?!

The real news here isn't that a United Nations investigation found that something is the fault of the Jews.
"A U.N. investigator defended a report Tuesday that accuses Israel and Palestinian militants of war crimes during their conflict in Gaza, an allegation Israel condemns and claims is the result of bias against the Jewish state.

"Former South African Judge Richard Goldstone said he and his fellow investigators rejected criticism by Israel that the 575-page report was politically motivated...."
(The Associated Press)
What impressed me about the AP report is that not only was the "expert" named - but "Palestinian militants" were cited as having committed some errors.

Considering endemic anti-Semitism among the nations of the world, that's close to a breakthrough.

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2 comments:

No Subject said...

As a GOD fearing Christian I just want to say GOD bless Israel and GOD damn the UN

Brian, aka Nanoc, aka Norski said...

No Subject,

Well, the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom, I'm told. As for your prayer regarding the UN, I'm no fan of the institution, but I've read Matthew 7:1-5 - and that kind of trouble I don't need.

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