Report on incitement ‘potentially another Goldstone'

February 3, 2013 01:16


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Several members of the Scientific Advisory Panel, the body that was to review and critique a controversial report on incitement in Palestinian and Israeli schoolbooks that is set to be presented by several researchers in Jerusalem on Monday, say they were not given a final copy prior to the announcement of the upcoming press conference.

One SAP member, speaking on condition of anonymity, said this document had the potential to be “another Goldstone Report,” a reference to the UN report on the IDF’s Operation Cast Lead in Gaza that was released in 2009.

In addition, the Council of Religious Institutions of the Holy Land complained that it was also not given the opportunity to see a final copy of a report, despite being the body that launched the project, a source within the Chief Rabbinate said.

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