Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Controversial and Historic
"An essential read for those concerned with accurate documentation of historical events and nations' accountability for their treatment of civilians living in war zones."
— Publishers Weekly
In the spring of 2009, South African judge Richard Goldstone set out on a mission to the Gaza Strip on assignment from the United Nations Human Rights Council to investigate possible war crimes
committed by both Israel and Hamas during "Operation Cast Lead," Israel's invasion of Gaza a few months earlier. Many other reports on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict had come and gone, but the account Goldstone's mission produced later that year was different—it became the report heard round the world. More

Read the full report of the United Nations fact-finding mission on the Gaza Conflict and human rights in Palestine and other occupied Arab territories.
Text of StatementText of report

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