Wednesday, April 15, 2009

"Israel 'very unlikely' to cooperate with UN war crimes probe"

Israel is "very unlikely" to cooperate with a UN agency's probe into whether Israel and Hamas committed war crimes in the recent Gaza war, a[n Israeli] government official said Wednesday.

Hamas, meanwhile, said it is ready to work with the investigators, to be led by Richard Goldstone, a South African judge who served as chief UN prosecutor of war crimes in Yugoslavia and Rwanda.

Read the full article in Haaretz. Unsurprisingly, Israel again hopes it can get away with impunity. Blood doesn't wash off that easily, though, and the war criminals behind the 2009 Gaza massacre must be brought to justice.

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