Gov't source: Team mulling Goldstone probe panel

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January 30, 2010 11:08

 
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A decision will be made shortly on whether to establish a non-military committee to investigate the findings of the Goldstone Commission report on Operation Cast Lead, according to a government source quoted by Israel Radio Saturday morning.

A select team, headed by cabinet secretary Zvi Hauser, has been discussing the decision in the last few days, the report added.

The team has received many recommendations backing the establishment of such a panel, the source noted, especially it may reduce international pressure over the operation.

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