If you still have any doubt about the anti-Israel bias of the Goldstone report, this might be the convincing evidence you need to completely disregard the Goldstone report.
A co-author of the Goldstone Gaza report, which accuses both Hamas and Israel of war crimes, claims the Gaza militant group fired only two rockets at Israel prior to last year’s winter conflict, according to a new report published by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.
[...] Travers also rejects Israel Defense Forces photographs as proof that Hamas hid weapons in mosques during the conflict.
“I do not believe the photographs,” Travers said, describing the IDF evidence as “spurious.”
He also accuses “Jewish lobbyists” of influencing British foreign policy in the Middle East and says that efforts to block the Goldstone reports findings have failed.
“The court of world opinion seems determined to see the report prevail,” he said.
He dismisses any evidence that disproves his theories, and accuses Israel of setting out to commit war crimes. Say, that sounds exactly like the objective given to the Goldstone Commission that Goldstone said the commission ignored. Yeah, we bought that line, too.
Good to know that the court to try Israel is now the court of world opinion, not, say, an actual courtroom with, you know, rules, laws, things like that. Because after all, why on earth would we need such a thing in the kangaroo court known as the UN?