Netanyahu: Goldstone Report should be dismissed

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April 2, 2011 19:13

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Saturday said that the Goldstone Report should be dismissed in light of comments by judge Richard Goldstone in which he stated that his findings would be different if he had known all of the information when the report was completed.

"Everything we said has been proven as true," Netanayahu said. "Israel did not maliciously attack civilians," he added.

"Israel's investigatory bodies are worthy, whereas Hamas investigated nothing," Netanyahu stated.

He added that "the fact that Goldstone changed his mind should lead to the dismissal of the report once and for all."

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