Sunday, January 23, 2011

Flotilla interception legal: Israeli inquiry

It will be interesting to see how this inquiry, of mainly Israeli members although there were two international observers (one form Ireland and one from Canada), will be received by the International community. I'm sure, not well.

But here is what matters: In front of international observers, Israel was willing to examine each and every incident concerning the Flotilla interception. At the very least, they were satisfied that what each and every soldier did during that event was indeed in self-defense. Their conscious has been addressed. What the world does with it is a different story. In the end, it may matter a lot or it may not matter at all.

Here's the story in The Globe and Mail, Canada's National paper.

Flotilla interception was legal: inquiry - The Globe and Mail



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1 comment:

  1. As predicted, Turkish PM says the Committee and its findings have no credibility. Take a look. . .
    http://www.jpost.com/NationalNews/Article.aspx?id=204876

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