NGO questions credibility of HRW over Israel attacks

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 20, 2012 21:53

 
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NGO Monitor on Thursday attacked the credibility of Human Rights Watch, which earlier in the day criticized Israel for "unlawfully" attacking journalists during IDF Operation Pillar of Defense.

“This is yet another example of HRW’s systematic lack of credibility and its biased approach to Israel,” said Prof. Gerald Steinberg, president of NGO Monitor. “Calling a military attack ‘unlawful’ is a serious charge, which should not be made lightly. But HRW cannot substantiate these allegations.”

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