Netanyahu: Committee formed to appease int'l community

The decision to establish a committee to investigate the Gaza flotilla raid was made to appease the international community, said Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu at a meeting of his Likud party on Monday.
Netanyahu added that "there is a difficult and continuing struggle against Israel being led by the country's enemies."
The committee will be headed by retired Supreme Court judge Jacob Terkel, with the other Israeli members being international law expert Shabtai Rosen, and Maj.-Gen (res.) Amos Horev, who formerly served as president of the Technion.