Likud: If UN investigators endured rockets, report would've been different

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
September 15, 2009 20:47

 
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The Likud released a statement Tuesday slamming the UN investigation into Operation Cast Lead that alleged war crimes were committed. "If the investigators lived for a single day under the rocket fire that residents of the South endured for nearly eight years, they would have written a very different report about the defensive operations of Cast Lead," said the party.

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