Israeli envoy to UN: Goldstone report will hamper ME peace efforts

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September 16, 2009 09:45

 
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Israeli Ambassador to the UN Gabriela Shalev said Wednesday that the UN report accusing Israel of committing war crimes in Gaza would hamper Middle East peace efforts. Speaking to Army Radio, Shalev added that "the international atmosphere is very influential. We have already begun a public diplomacy campaign in world capitals in order to explain the extent of which the report is biased, one-sided and political."

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